Daaf Serne

Daaf Serne, Director of Real Estate, Workplace, and Sustainability, ServiceNow

Daaf Serné is the director of real estate, workplace, and sustainability at ServiceNow, where he’s spent the last eight years. He’s focused on connecting the needs and ambitions of his internal/external customers with the overall goals and objectives of the company. In recent years, Daaf has led the efforts to help ServiceNow become a sustainable company. His key interests are all things technology, specifically around environmental sustainability and how the Now Platform can be the key differentiator for driving more sustainable outcomes.


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