Welcome Crystal Grainger – Good.Lab’s New Head of Revenue
Good.Lab, an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) software company, expands its team to meet growing demand for its solutions. The Company today announced Crystal Grainger as its new Vice President of Revenue. A sales and operations leader with more than ten years’ experience building successful revenue organizations, Grainger is a two-time startup founder and has worked alongside several software founders through successful rounds of funding and two notable mergers. Grainger holds her B.A. in Political Science, with an emphasis on Environmental Policy and Economics, from the University of Oregon and launched her career in the investment services industry with The Allstate Company.
Like a successful ESG product, I believe that a revenue organization should center around transparency. I am excited for this opportunity to further the progress Good.Lab has made to date, however, I’m most excited to see our products and services usher in a more transparent, equitable, and sustainable economy for stakeholders and end-users alike.
Crystal Grainger, Vice President of Revenue, Good.Lab
Good.Lab, the end-to-end ESG Strategy & Performance Management platform that provides expert guidance alongside every step of the ESG journey, addresses the rising imperative for companies to build a data backed ESG performance management strategy. In her role with Good.Lab, Grainger will focus on aligning revenue and operations to streamline sales delivery for Good.Lab’s ESG software products and consulting services.
“Good.Lab is in an exciting period of growth; we’re building and shipping critical ESG software products and bringing more talented sustainability experts into our network to tackle the mounting ESG pressures companies are navigating today. I’m confident Crystal’s experience will help to refine our operations to ensure exceptional client interactions, and will prove essential as we explore future avenues of growth,” said Andries Verschelden, Co-founder & CEO at Good.Lab.
Crystal currently lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and English Bulldog, Penny. Please join us in giving a warm welcome to Crystal and extending her every wish for success in this new role!
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