Judi Hart

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Judi Hart
Occupation Chief Operating Officer
Employer PEAK6
Location Los Angeles, CA

Judi Hart is the chief operating officer at PEAK6. She was promoted to that position from chief people officer in March 2020.

Hart was chief people officer at the company starting in 2018.[1]

Background[edit]

Hart joined PEAK6 from Apple, where she was director of human resources for the media business of Internet and Software Services. Previously, she served as vice president of People and Culture at Beats Music and Beats Electronics, which grew from 25 to 750 employees during her tenure and was eventually acquired by Apple. Before joining Beats, she held an HR leadership role at Blizzard Entertainment.

Education[edit]

Hart earned a bachelor's degree in music from the University of Southern California.

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