TuneIn Promotes Deanna Grams to Chief People Officer, Positioning the Company for Global Growth
The promotion demonstrates TuneIn’s commitment to employee excellence as the company enhances its executive leadership team
San Francisco, CA — August 19,, 2021 — TuneIn, the world’s leading live streaming audio service, today announced that Deanna Grams has been promoted to Chief People Officer. She was previously Senior Vice President, People Operations, with over seven years dedicated to TuneIn. This internal promotion demonstrates TuneIn’s mission and commitment to employee empowerment as the company accelerates growth and aims to reinvent radio for a digital-first world.
As TuneIn greatly values employee excellence, this promotion elevates the company’s goal of recognizing that TuneIn only succeeds thanks to its employees’ triumphs. In her new role, Grams will continue to influence TuneIn’s corporate culture through her daily work and help expand the team globally. As she transitions into her new position, she will build upon the impactful work she has done already during her tenure at TuneIn.
“Having an exceptional team and work culture is critical here at TuneIn, and Deanna’s commitment to building TuneIn has been amazing,” said Richard Stern, CEO of TuneIn. “She led the TuneIn team through one of the most challenging times in our history, a shift from in-person collaboration in our offices to a remote work environment. Since I began leading TuneIn in late 2020, we’ve been on a mission to reinvent radio with a new and better TuneIn. We’ve put in place a strong executive leadership team with a clear vision for building the future of digital audio. That vision starts with our team, and Deanna’s leadership will continue to add value as we grow and continually improve our employee experience.”
“I’m thrilled to be stepping into this role,” said Grams. “The passionate and talented employees at TuneIn are our biggest strength, and I’m honored to be leading this team to help our employees do the best work of their careers with us.”