Grosso began her career at Freedom in 2013 when the company tripled its headcount to 4000 employees in roughly three years through four acquisitions and natural growth. Through Grosso’s leadership, Freedom’s HR team build an infrastructure designed to uphold the momentum, expansion, development and day-to-day operations. While Grosso was responsible with developing an HR team that could handle such a high head count, she also had to react to market conditions that required the company to right-size at certain times, a task that can be equally challenging. Grosso’s colleagues credit her with creating an impactful performance review process that embodies the company’s values: integrity, customer focus, responsible growth, collaboration, creativity and community spirit. Grosso has also been a champion for promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace, launching a D&I team to specifically advance this cause. Her skills for connecting with people is evident in the fact that her team members have long tenures in their roles, a testament to her natural ability to inspire loyalty.
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