As Vice President of People and Culture at Logitech, Karen Drosky is responsible for facilitating cultural change as Logitech rapidly transforms itself to win in peripherals for mobile platforms. She leads the organizations responsible for Global Talent and Internal Communications. Karen has 20 years of broad experience in human resources, including talent acquisition, organization development, business operations and executive coaching. She joined Logitech in 2008 and assumed her current role in 2013. Karen is forging the path to cultivate a small-company culture despite Logitech's large size and global footprint. This small-company culture encourages collaboration and agility, resulting in an empowered and connected community. One way she has supported this is through driving the company’s workforce strategy to encompass a mind shift on how managers and their direct reports own and approach continuous feedback and how they can develop each other while creating a work culture and employee experience.
Prior to joining Logitech, she held human resources leadership positions at Yahoo, Intuit and the University of Minnesota. Early in her career, Karen served in the United States Army as a Japanese linguist. Karen has a B.A. in Japanese Language and Literature with an emphasis in Industry Relations from the University of Minnesota and studied at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center in Monterey, California.