Carl Osterman

Chief Technology Officer

Favorite movie is "The Fifth Element"
Expert gardener
Motivated by solving challenging problems and making an impact
The World Wildlife Fund

"Building exceptional teams requires hiring talented individuals and empowering them to achieve extraordinary feats."

As MSH's Chief Technology Officer, Carl plays a pivotal role in driving the success of our software startup's SaaS solution for hiring teams. He is deeply involved in all aspects of product development, from technical architecture to product design, ensuring that our SaaS solution is innovative, user-friendly, and meets the needs of our customers. With Carl's expertise in bridging the gap between product, engineering, and design teams, he facilitates seamless collaboration, enabling us to build technology products that people love. Carl's leadership and technical skills are invaluable in propelling MSH towards success and shaping the future of the company.


It’s never about me. It’s always about my people and making sure I help them achieve their goals and their “why.” To be a great leader, you must be selfless.

My motivation can be likened to an onion with multiple layers. At its core, lies the well-being and joy of my immediate family, as their safety and happiness inspire much of what I do.

The following layer entails having a clear sense of purpose in my career, where the fruits of my labor can make a positive impact in the world.

Finally, the outermost layer comprises the thrill and unpredictability of exploring new experiences and discovering the wonders of our planet.


While there is no definite formula for great leadership, I believe that there are fundamental principles that every leader should embrace. These include:

  • Having empathy towards the team members you lead and the direction in which you are guiding them.
  • Maintaining humility and continuous self-reflection on your journey, recognizing those who have helped you along the way.
  • Fostering transparency to build trust, a critical element for empowering teams.
  • Communicating the truth, even if it's difficult to do so.
  • Having a vision that inspires others and leading by example.
  • Being grateful for the small things that culminate into something significant.


MSH places people at the forefront of all its operations. They prioritize finding the perfect match for both the hiring team and job seeker, which is a key factor that attracted me to them. With a human-centered approach, fueled by cutting-edge technology, MSH offers innovative solutions and services that distinguish them from their competitors.

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