Jodi Rabinowitz is the head of talent and organization development at Zoom Video Communications.
She is responsible for driving all aspects of employee development and engagement by designing experiences that touch every single point of the employee life cycle from post-hire to exit. Once employees join the Zoom community, she takes it from there.
Jodi has had several in-house executive leadership positions in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors in organizational, talent, and learning management. Her most recent leadership role was at The Metropolitan Museum of Art as the Head of Talent Acquisition and Organizational Development where she joined to implement a five-year strategic plan focused on enhancing employees’ overall well-being.
Jodi’s nimble approach as a talent advisor stems from her time as an executive at The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) and her early career in social work. At CCL, she designed custom programs for Fortune 100 companies to help them build and enhance their leadership pipeline and achieve business outcomes.
Prior to this work, she tackled the behavioral aspects of leadership with the clinical skills she honed at a boutique Employee Assistance firm and New York’s famous, Bellevue Hospital’s Psychiatric Emergency Room and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
She lives in New York City with her husband and has two sons, one of which is in his final year at Penn and the other a senior in high school. She also lives with her chocolate brown Labrador, Bosco, who is a lover of sticks and is useless when it comes to proofreading her work.