Tennis star and entrepreneur Serena Williams is joining the board of SurveyMonkey, along with Intuit CEO and chairman Brad Smith, the online survey company said. Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman and Turbonomic's executive chairman Bill Veghte are stepping off as directors as part of the move.
As most know, Williams is one of the most famous athletes in the world, having won the most Grand Slam singles tennis titles in history. Her most recent addition to that stellar performance was a win at the Australian Open.
Smith, who may or may not be good at tennis (I didn't ask), has run the iconic financial software company a very long time and has served on many tech boards, including at Yahoo.
Other SurveyMonkey directors include board chairman David Ebersman and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, whose late husband David Goldberg was SurveyMonkey's CEO.
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