We exist to help people

Build dream teams

Clovers is a people-first hiring intelligence software company lighting the way for hiring teams. Our AI-driven insights guide teams to better, more insightful, and more inclusive hiring decisions.

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Light bulb MOMENT

2020. A year of shattered norms, resilience & reinvention. We had an idea:


Let’s help all people thrive in this new world of work.

We knew that if we could pull it off…

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a staple for hiring teams

Now, companies big and small are uncovering candidate insights like never before.

"Using this tool is just the right thing to do."

"We’ve saved SO much time!"

“Clovers recordings gave me visibility into what is actually being said in interviews”

“Having Clovers was a huge step forward in our DEI journey.”

“We hired great talent fast that we would have otherwise lost to a competitor.”

World-class leadership

Our founders & visionaries

Adam Miller

Co-Founder/CEO at Clovers.ai and Former Founder/CEO, Cornerstone

In addition to being CEO of Clovers, Adam is also an active philanthropist, investor and advisor.

Cornerstone started in Adam’s one-bedroom apartment and grew to over 3,000 employees in 25 countries helping to empower over 75 million people around the world. Cornerstone has delivered over two billion courses to learners in 192 countries, achieving its original mission to improve access to education on a global basis.

Adam’s philanthropic work extends across the local, national and global levels.

As Chair of Team Rubicon from 2013-2020, Adam helped the team grow the nonprofit from 500 to over 150,000 volunteers and create America’s leading veterans service organization, which leverages the skills of military veterans to provide humanitarian aid globally.

As Chair of the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, he helped deliver over $125M of social impact and launch DisasterReady, which has trained over 250,000 humanitarian aid workers around the world.

He led the merger of FAAN and FAI to create FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education), the world’s largest voluntary health organization serving the food allergic community, and he helped build the UCLA Food Allergy Program.

Adam is also an active philanthropist, investor and advisor. He is the Managing Partner of 1P Ventures, 1P Impact Capital, and AllerFund. He was named CEO of the Year in 2009 by the Technology Council and was awarded Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young in 2011. In 2019, Adam was named as one of the best CEOs for women in technology. Adam has played a leading role in harnessing the power of the tech sector to give back to Los Angeles, including the founding of LA-Tech.org and the launch of the 1,000 Interns Initiative, which is providing internships at LA’s tech companies for a thousand students of color.

Adam is a strong believer in the importance of education. He holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, a BS from its Wharton School of Business, a JD from the UCLA School of Law, an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Business, and earned both CPA and Series 7 certifications. But it was his two-year solo trip around the world in his twenties that best prepared him to operate globally.

Read more on Adam’s LinkedIn

Scot Sessions

President at Clovers.ai

Scot is an experienced entrepreneur and leader with a successful background in startups. He founded and led TalVista, successfully navigating its exit and merging it with Clovers, where he currently holds the position of President. With 25 years of business management and leadership experience, Scot has demonstrated proficiency in fast-paced environments.

Before joining Clovers, Scot operated a consultancy focused on marketing strategies for high-growth startups in the Human Capital Management (HCM) sector. He also served as a Senior Director at HireVue, contributing valuable strategic insights and industry knowledge.

As a serial entrepreneur, Scot has initiated and managed various ventures over his diverse career, showcasing adaptability and an innovative spirit. Beyond business, Scot is passionate about empowering individuals to reach their potential, aligning with his leadership philosophy.

Read more on Scot’s LinkedIn

Nicole Jordan-Dahdal

Nicole brings 10+ years of strategic finance and operations experience to Clovers. She has been with Clovers since it’s inception.


Strategic lights

Our advisors & champions

Jason Nazar

Co-Founder at Clovers.ai and Former Founder/CEO Comparably
Jason is a serial tech entrepreneur, board member, investor, and writer.

Jason Nazar is a serial tech entrepreneur, board member, investor, and writer. Jason was the Co-founder and CEO of Comparably (Acquired by ZoomInfo), the online platform to understand company cultures and employee compensation. He was also the co-founder and CEO of Docstoc (Acquired by Intuit), the premier content site to find any document and to start, grow and manage small businesses. Jason is also the co-founder of Clovers.ai, the SaaS platform to enhance online hiring and job interviews.

Jason has been an active board member/advisor in such notable companies including: Honey, Wondery, Flo, Tillys, Stack Commerce, Carelinx, and TicketMob. He currently serves on the board of Danvas, Sugar23, Clovers and Collab.

Jason is an adjunct professor at UCLA teaching entrepreneurship. He is also the creator and host of “Leadership Lessons” on Entrepreneur.com, an online interview show featuring public company CEOs and founders. He was also the creator and host of Startups Uncensored, the longest running and most widely attended community technology gathering in southern California, which regularly brought together thousands of entrepreneurs, engineers and investors.

He holds a BA from UCSB and his JD/MBA from Pepperdine University, where he was the Student Body President of both Universities. Jason was named one of the “Most Admired CEOs in Los Angeles”​ by the LA Business Journal and was appointed as the ‘Entrepreneur in Residence’ for the City of LA by Mayor Garcetti. He’s a popular and regular writer on Forbes, WSJ, Inc Magazine and Entrepreneur Media, as well as the creator of the YouTube program “How to Start a Business”.

Read more on Jason’s LinkedIn

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Elaine Orler

Managing Director, Consulting at Cielo and Co-Founder of TalVista (Now a part of Clovers)
Elaine is a pioneer in talent acquisition strategy and recruiting technology.

Elaine is a pioneer in talent acquisition strategy and recruiting technology. She has been designing and implementing global Talent Acquisition and Recruiting solutions as a practitioner and a consultant for more than 25 years. [more]

Orler’s hands-on approach has enabled multi-national organizations to transform and optimize complex recruiting strategies and processes through contemporary technology-driven talent acquisition practices.

Having presented her vision for the future of talent acquisition in the U.S. at SHRM Annual, the HR Tech Conference, the Talent Acquisition Technology Conference, and HRO Today Forum. She has been asked to present at major HR conferences in the U.K., Netherlands, Turkey, New Zealand, and Australia. Her expertise has been cited frequently in Wall Street Journal, Human Resource Executive magazine, Workforce magazine, Talent Management magazine and HR Magazine.

As an entrepreneur, Elaine founded Talent Function in 2009 which has become a successful talent acquisition consulting firm that transforms and optimizes recruiting outcomes for companies of all sizes. Employing the best and brightest in the talent acquisition industry, under her guidance, Talent Function is known for its commitment to the highest levels of customer satisfaction. The company’s service offerings draw directly from Orler’s deep expertise in competitive talent strategy models, process consulting and HR data and analytics.

Having participated in the vast growth of the talent acquisition industry and being passionate about its impact on job candidates, she co-founded The Talent Board in 2011. The Talent Board is a non-profit organization focused on illuminating and promoting a quality candidate experience. The organization, its research, and its awards program have forever changed the conversation about how job candidates are treated, becoming the gold-standard followed by many organizations as they define their employer brands.

Expanding on the business needs to ensure the best candidates are considered, she purchased the software assets of a leading diversity and inclusion decision support solution and launched TalVista in 2018, in order to deliver a cost-effective Conscious Inclusion solution for Talent Acquisition.

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Melissa Majors

Author, Speaker, Consultant, and Coach.
Melissa is an innovator and optimizer of education, inclusion, & leadership strategies.  Author of 7 Simple Habits of Inclusive Teams. Reach out for your free book!

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Dr. Aaron Kay

Chief Science Advisor
Dr. Kay is a social psychologist and tenured professor in both the Fuqua School of Business and the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University.

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William Tincup

President and Editor, RecruitingDaily.com
Talent Acquisition influencer, podcaster, analyst, strategist, writer, speaker, consultant, advisor, investor, and journalist—at the core a TA “thought provocateur.”

If someone else were to describe William, they’d use words like; influencer, podcaster, analyst, strategist, writer, speaker, consultant, advisor, investor, & journalist & they’d be right on some level. At his core, William is a “thought provocateur” in that he evaluates what is & questions why. He’s studied all aspects of HR & TA (recruiting) for 20+ years. This includes both practitioners of HR & TA as well as the tech that serve these practitioners.

William is a prolific speaker on all things HR & TA – in-person, domestically, globally & virtually. He’s a dynamic keynote, panelist, facilitator, & moderator. He also enjoys being a judge & emcee for startup competitions. He has been featured or sourced as an HR, TA, future of work & career expert in the NYT, WSJ, HBR, HuffPost, Fortune, MSNBC, CNN, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg News, Investor’s Business Daily, Information Week, Tech Target, Tech Republic, TechCrunch, Fast Company, WIRED, LinkedIn & other HR & TA publications.

He is the President & Editor-at-Large of RecruitingDaily. At RecruitingDaily, he acts as a spokesman, speaks at conferences & webinars, attends analyst meetings, programs training events (HRTX) & prolifically podcasts. William has two different podcasts (1) The RecruitingDaily Podcast & (2) The Use Case Podcast. Fun fact, William has podcasted more about HR & TA than anyone in the world. The irony of that statement is that he hates the sound of his voice.

William is also a venture partner at Evergreen Mountain Equity Partners & Future Wrk Ventures. He serves on the Board of Advisors for 25+ HR & TA tech companies. As an advisor, he supports entrepreneurs & investors with strategic advice regarding market positioning, GTM, messaging, pricing, competition, partnerships, product roadmap & strategy, influencer & analyst relations, corporate development, & M&A.

He graduated from the University of Alabama of Birmingham with a BA in Art History. He also earned an MA in American Indian Studies from the University of Arizona & an MBA from Case Western Reserve University. William holds six distinct certifications: “Trustee Management & Development” from United Way Blueprint for Board Service, “Leadership Development” from Leadership Fort Worth, “Certificate in Nonprofit Management” from The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations, “Trustee Management & Development” from Business Volunteers Unlimited, “SHRM – SCP Certification (Senior Certified Professional)” from SHRM &, “Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)” from the HR Certification Institute.

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Molly Weaver

Founder at Sunflower Talent, prior Sr. Director Talent Acquisition at Children’s Mercy.
Molly is a talent acquisition strategist with 20+ years of experience implementing candidate-focused experiences that attract top talent.

Molly Weaver is an innovative talent acquisition strategist with more than 20 years of experience helping organizations design and implement candidate-focused experiences that attract top talent. With a specialty in the healthcare industry earned during her tenure as the Senior Director of Talent Acquisition at Children’s Mercy in Kansas City, Weaver launched Sunflower Talent Strategies to help organizations navigate the new world of work by enhancing their recruiting processes and creating a pipeline to produce the talent they need for the future. more

Title: In her own words:
My secrets behind recruiting the best talent? People over paper. Fresh ideas over process for process’s sake. As attitudes about work change and jobs evolve, helping people find the right opportunities and organizations find the right person continues to be my passion. I help organizations achieve people goals in three essential ways.

1. Recruiting isn’t just filling a position, checking the box, and moving on to the next. It’s about building relationships to truly understand how work fits in a person’s life. And it’s about finding talent in unexpected places and cultivating the skills the organization needs.

• I created our Introduce Yourself program so candidates can record a video describing what they want to do vs. searching a career site. Recruiters spot the potential and match the person to a position.

• I believe the best candidates come from inspiring current employees to dream big and then supporting those dreams through targeted tuition assistance, up-skilling, and certifications. It’s also vital to flex when you can regarding locations or schedules, so you meet employees where they are and find the very best fit.

• Community outreach is crucial for creating a diverse pipeline, and it’s one of the most important parts of a talent acquisition leader’s role. For me, this includes serving on boards and committees, collaborating with local high schools and programs, and establishing a Community Outreach recruiter role.

2. When talent acquisition is backed by a people-centric culture, organizations succeed. People perform at their highest levels, and organizational efficiencies are optimized because work gets done by the right people in the right roles.

• I work with leaders to examine team structure, workloads, and people to identify needed resources and align skill sets. I recommend an exercise called “cards,” where work is grouped by what needs to continue and what can be stopped. Then, we place the cards at the appropriate skill levels. Light bulb moments are guaranteed.

• Onboarding is critical to a new hire’s success. I reimagined our program to create a welcoming experience that reinforces why people join the organization while seamlessly completing all the paperwork.

3. Yesterday’s strategies may not work tomorrow. Whether it’s making minor tweaks or adapting to a global pandemic, I’ve learned creative thinking and being open to new approaches pay off. Right now, recruiting top talent takes an experience-first focus emphasizing speed and flexibility, along with outside-the-box programs like returnships and re-recruiting.

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Debbie Giambruno

Giambruno Law
Molly is a talent acquisition strategist with 20+ years of experience implementing candidate-focused experiences that attract top talent.

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Cody L. Horton

Author, Speaker, Consultant, and Coach.
Cody has over 20 years of experience leading diversity and inclusion talent efforts to help companies attract, hire and develop diverse and inclusive teams.

Backed by the best

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“We invest in people who reshape the future of work and demonstrate a commitment to making a positive impact on the world. Together, we aim to create inclusive workplaces, prioritize employee well-being, and contribute to the greater good. We expect great things from Clovers as they continue to change the way the working world works.”

We look forward to a future where better hiring creates even more team: