Trio of exec hires at Plume 

L-R: Shari Piré; Iman Abbasi; Kiran Edara

Smart home tech provider Plume has announced a trio of new executive hires.

The company has announced the appointments of Iman Abbasi as chief human resources officer, Shari Piré as chief legal and sustainability officer, and Kiran Edara as chief development officer.

Abbasi joins from Symbotic where she served as chief human resources officer, while Piré joins from Cognate BioServices where she was chief legal officer and global head of sustainability. Edara meanwhile joins with more than 25 years of software development experience most recently as director of software development/GM connectivity services EC2 Edge at Amazon Web Services.

Fahri Diner, Founder and CEO of Plume, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Iman, Shari, and Kiran to Plume. All three are incredibly talented individuals, exceptional leaders, and subject matter experts who will propel us to new heights.”

Commenting on her appointment, Abassi praised Plume’s “people-first culture” while adding: “I will focus on attracting, developing and retaining a diverse and global talent base, establishing and continuously tuning modern HR practices responsive to the new norms, and growing a solid people team as a key business partner to all of our leaders.” 

Piré said: “As Plume matures, it’s important that we build robust policies, practices, and procedures consistent with our unconditional commitment to compliance, privacy, and data security, as well as our ambitious environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals, including sustainability, responsible resource utilisation, and the #PlumeStrong initiative.”

Edara provided praise for Plume’s “proven track record of innovation” and said: Plume is ideally positioned to solve complex technical problems to deliver unparalleled levels of service personalisation. I’m excited to lead and scale a multi-disciplinary, global engineering team.”

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