A veteran human resources professional, Mittal will head people operations and talent acquisition strategy as well as oversee employee retainment and employment branding. She will also be tasked with taking the lead on diversity and inclusion initiatives and professional development programs.
Trulioo founder and CEO Steve Munford said that Mittal brings a broad range of expertise and experience that will be instrumental in attracting the talent necessary for the company to develop a “diverse, engaged, and high-performing team across the globe.”
Before Trulioo, Mittal headed talent and people operations at Framework Venture Partners, where she helped companies create and launch strategies to attract the highest level of talent around the globe. She specializes in encouraging companies to tap into their core values and revitalize their growth and people blueprint.
Mittal also brings to the table wide-ranging knowledge and hands-on experience in people strategy and HR remodeling. Some of her central skills include finding, onboarding, and retaining new talent, as well as managing performance and defining and maintaining company culture.
She has extensive experience in people strategy and HR transformation, including talent acquisition, onboarding, retention, re-recruiting, employment branding, performance management, and defining and maintaining culture. She holds a bachelor’s in management studies with a specialization in business and human resources.
Mittal said that Trulioo is a market leader in identity verification, and she is looking forward to adding to the “company’s impressive growth and important mission that aligns with my values.”
Trulioo’s workforce has expanded from 130 people last year to 275 employees to date. Trulioo’s single API integration offers real-time verification of 5 billion consumers and 330 million business entities around the world.
The company’s identity verification solution, GlobalGateway, strives to assist companies in meeting compliance and automating “due diligence and fraud prevention workflows.”