Metabase, provider of the most intuitive and easy to use open source business intelligence platform, announced Ariya Hidayat as Chief Architect. Ariya spent the last few years leading Hyperjump which he also co-founded. Prior to that, he was VP of Engineering and led a team of 50+ at Shape Security, which was acquired by F5 Networks for $1 billion. Ariya also spent several years as the Engineering Director at Sencha and he began his career as a software engineer at Nokia.
New York Public Radio, the producer of award-winning journalism and groundbreaking podcasts, announced Mike Barry Vice President of Audience and Engagement. Mike brings extensive experience managing audience development and outreach for media organizations. He joins from the Huffington Post where he was Head of Audience. Prior to that, he ran audience development for both People and Guardian News and Media. Mike also led the social media strategy and implementation at TheWeek and he spent time early in his career editing for numerous digital news, social media, entertainment and advertising platforms.
LogRocket, maker of a front-end application performance management platform, announced Jason Silverstein Vice President of Sales. Jason brings over ten years of sales leadership experience at high-growth SaaS companies. He joins from WeWork where he led enterprise sales and customer success for Northeast U.S. and Eastern Canada and was Vice President of Sales at Grovo prior to that. Jason also spent time at DropBox where leading enterprise sales for the Northeast and Central US and he spent his early career at Google Google Enterprise technologies.
Samsara, the IoT platform for connected operations, announced Genevieve Haldeman Vice President of Communications. Genevieve brings extensive experience running corporate communications. Most recently, she was Vice President of Corporate Communications at Twilio. Prior to that, she ran corporate communications at ServiceNow and global communications at Plantronics, Webroot and SAP. Genevieve began her career at Symantec where she spent 13 years working her way through a number of roles before ultimately serving as Vice President of Corporate Communications.
Sondermind, a company dedicated to making behavioral health more accessible, approachable and utilized, announced Corley Hughes Chief Financial Officer. Corley brings extensive financial experience and joins from Glossier where she was Senior Vice President and Head of Finance. Prior to that, she served as the acting Chief Financial Officer for the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and also ran finance and operations at the Product Hunt. Additionally, Corley spent 13 years with Microsoft where she began her career as a Strategic Account Manager. During her time there, she worked her way up through a number of financial positions with increasing responsibility before ultimately serving as the General Manager and Head of Business Operations.
TeamSnap, the household name in integrated sports team, club and league management, announced Seth Sakamoto Vice President of Engineering. Seth joins from Mixmax where he was leading the engineering department. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Engineering at Envoy, TuneIn, and Hipmunk. Seth led Engineering at Hipmunk for three years leading up to the acquisition by Concur. He has also held Engineering leadership roles at Constant Contact & Deem, and began his career at Intuit.
Clarizen, the global leader in collaborative work management software, announced Dave Frechette Chief Sales Officer. Dave brings exceptional sales leadership and joins from Checkr where he led revenue. Prior to that, he was the Chief Revenue Officer at Gloo for several years and Senior Vice President of Sales at OrderGroove. Dave also spent 6 years at Zuora joining at the first field sales executive and working his way up through a number of sales positions of increasing responsibility before ultimately serving as Global Vice President of Sales Strategy & Field Productivity. Additionally, he ran sales and business development at EffectiveUI, spent 6 years at Adobe Systems within their enterprise software group, and was Vice President of Business Development at dChain Commerce. Dave spent his early sales career gaining experience at JetForm and CE Software.
Cerebral, the company transforming access to mental healthcare, announced Jon Shimp Executive Vice President of Commercial. Jon joins from Hinge Health where he was running regional sales. Prior to that he was Vice President of Sales at Rally Health for several years. Jon also was responsible for business development at Fitbug and spent five and half years at Avivia Health within Kaiser Permanente leading sales of care management solutions to the commercial and labor markets. Additionally, he spent time at Hewitt Associates and Motorola and he began his career with Merrill Lynch.
LetsGetChecked, the at-home health testing platform connecting customers to regulated laboratory testing, announced Flo Newcum Vice President of Strategic Accounts. Flo brings over 25 years of customer success experience joining from Engagys where she was a Director. Prior to that, she was a client director at Cogito and also served as Vice President of Account Management at GNS Healthcare. Flo spent 12 years with Silverlink Communications where she began in enterprise services and worked her way upward through a number of positions. During her time there, she led professional services and served as a regional vice president before ultimately serving as Vice President. Additionally, Flo began her customer success career managing the consumer affairs division for Cross Country Automotive Services.
BetterUp, the company connecting employees with expert career and leadership development coaches online, announced Cindy Goodrich Chief Marketing Officer. Cindy brings over twenty years of experience building brands and leading marketing and technology teams. She joins from HubSpot where she spent the last 8 years running the brand and buzz marketing team. Prior to that, she was Vice President of Marketing at Oblong Industries and spent a few years as Head of Business Brand Communications at Google. Additionally, Cindy led brand marketing for Sheraton within Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and she spent time early in her career as a marketing associate at Barilla and a consultant with PwC Consulting.
Forage, the e-learning marketplace designed specifically for entry-level job seekers and top companies looking to fill entry-level positions, announced Brad Zomick Vice President of Marketing. Brad joins from Degreed where he was responsible for demand generation marketing. Prior to that, he was the Vice President of Marketing at Pathgather and ran content marketing at Pipedrive. Additionally, Brad led content strategy for the Apollo Education Group and was a co-founder at SkillUp where he also served as Head of Content. Early in his career, he was a project manager at SS&C Technologies and a data analyst at Ilios Partners.
unitQ, the real-time solution for staying on top of product quality across all platforms, languages and regions, announced Bill Hu as Head of Sales. Most recently, Bill was responsible for scaling and expanding the sales organization at both Certain and Layer. Prior to that, he was the Regional Vice President at Gainsight. Bill also spent several years at Xactly growing into sales leadership positions ultimately serving as Director of Sales.
unitQ, the real-time solution for staying on top of product quality across all platforms, languages and regions, announced Jason Wu Director of Marketing. Jason joins from Lob where he ran digital and growth marketing. Prior to that, he was Director of Demand Generation and Search Solutions at Elastic and also led demand generation for Swiftype. Additionally, Jason spent 5 years at FinancialForce beginning as the Online Marketing Manager before moving on to serve as Director of Demand Generation and Online Marketing. Jason also held online marketing manager roles at both Kony Solutions and Axcient and he began his career at Actuate where he managed online and search marketing.
Eightfold.ai, the creator of the first Talent Intelligence Platform, announced Ligia Zamora Chief Marketing Officer. Ligia brings over 25 years of experience in enterprise software marketing leadership. Most recently, she ran content marketing and global product at Veeva Systems. Prior to that, she led product marketing at Alfresco and Kony. Ligia also served as Vice President of Global Product Strategy at Coremetrics for several years and was Director of SMB Product Management and Marketing at SuccessFactors. Additionally, she spent time at PeopleSoft in a product marketing role, served as a group manager in the CRM and international product divisions at Remedy, and she began her career at Applied Materials (as a Product Marketing Manager).
Forage, the e-learning marketplace designed specifically for entry-level job seekers and top companies looking to fill entry-level positions, announced Michael Nasif Chief Revenue Officer. Michael brings extensive sales experience and joins from Top Funnel where he ran sales the past year and a half. Prior to that, he served as Chief Revenue Officer at Piazza and handled national accounts at Indeed before moving on to serve as Vice President of Sales for the company. Additionally, Michael spent over eight years as the Director of Digital at Time, Inc..
Jellyfish, the leading Engineering Management Platform, providing complete visibility into engineering organizations, the work they do, and how they operate, announced Allison Nolan Vice President of Marketing. Allison joins from ProdPerfect where she was Vice President of Marketing & Business Development and led the team responsible for developing and executing marketing strategy and driving opportunity pipeline. Prior to that, she served as Director of Product and Customer Marketing at both Zaius and Buildium. Allison also spent time at Acquia in product marketing roles and she began her marketing career at EMC.
Mynd, the end to end investment management platform for real estate investors and property owners, announced Alejandro Ayestarán Chief Business Officer. Alejandro joins from Shift Technologies where he built and led revenue and go-to-market functions over 5 years. Prior to that, he spent 8 years at the Boston Consulting Group primarily focused on helping technology and consumer products companies find new growth opportunities. Additionally, Alejandro ran business operations at RelateIQ and he began his career as a product manager with the SKF Group.
HumanAPI, the nation’s largest health data network, announced Richard Dufty as Chief Commercial Officer. Richard brings over two decades of experience as a senior revenue and business leader. He most recently served as Chief Revenue Officer at Bizagi, and prior to that was responsible for all aspects of go-to-market, support and services as Senior Vice President at CloudBlue. Richard was the first senior revenue executive at AppDirect, and helped to grow the company to “unicorn” status as Senior Vice President Worldwide Sales and Customer Success. Earlier in his career, Richard spent 8 years with Symantec in various leadership roles, ultimately leading all sales and channels for Norton’s largest market globally.
YesHealth, a leading digital health provider focused on weight loss, nutrition counseling and preventing type 2 diabetes, announced Patrick Wheelock Vice President of Sales and Business Development. Patrick brings over two decades of experience driving revenue across multiple distribution channels for healthcare and technology companies. Most recently, he was Head of Sales for Uber Health. Prior to that, he led the team of sales development, inside and enterprise sales at Luma Health. Patrick also spent 4 years at PokitDok serving as Senior Vice President of Business Development in his final role. Additionally, he spent his early career in several sales positions within the mobile health space for Verizon.
Paladina Health, one of the largest healthcare providers of direct primary care services, announced Neil Flanagan Chief Financial Officer. Neil brings a diversity of extensive financial experience in healthcare. Most recently, he served as Chief Financial Officer at Smile America Partners. Prior to that, he was the Chief Financial Officer of Healthagen within Aetna where he built the finance organization, infrastructure and processes from start up to fully functioning organizations. Neil also spent two years as a Senior Operating Executive at Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe and served as Chief Financial Officer of the Consumer Products Group at Honeywell. Neil began his career at GE spending nearly 25 years working his way up thru a number of increasing roles of financial responsibility and management.
Truckstop, the first online freight marketplace, announced Kendra Tucker Chief Revenue Officer. Kendra brings over a decade of experience leading teams across a variety of business models and industries. Most recently she was Chief Revenue Officer at Upserve. Prior to that, she led the go-to-market strategy for Vista Consulting Group where she worked closely with portfolio companies to implement more effective and sustainable growth strategies. Kendra also served as Senior Vice President of audience and platforms at Axios and spent nearly 12 years at CEB working in research before moving on to product marketing and sales leadership, scaling teams and closing deals.
Metabase, provider of the most intuitive and easy to use open source business intelligence platform, announced Reza Lotun Vice President of Engineering. Reza spent the last 9 years at Twitter where he initially began as a Senior Software Engineer before working through a number of roles of increasing responsibility. In his final role with the company, he was Director of Engineer and managed several groups of engineering teams. Reza joined Twitter via its acquisition of TweetDeck where he had been Head of Infrastructure and Analytics and he spent time early in his software career at Peet Technologies Limited and Worio.
DispatchHealth, a provider of tech-enabled in-home health care, announced Sara Crate Chief Commercial Officer. Most recently, Sara was Chief Sales Officer at Honor where she built and led the company’s diligence, sales, implementation and partner success teams. Prior to that, she served as Senior Vice President of Partner Development at Evolent. Sara also was Senior Vice President of Sales and Account Management within the health and wellness division of Walgreens where she led business development and client engagement. Additionally, she served as Senior Vice President, Business Development at Whole Health Management.
Eko Health, the FDA cleared AI-Powered stethoscopes built for doctors, nurses, and students, announced Bryan Humbarger Senior Vice President of Commercial. Bryan brings extensive experience in digital health sales and joins from AliveCor where he spent the last year leading sales for North America. Prior to that, he also served as Vice President of Sales, North America at HeartFlow. Additionally, Bryan spent nearly two decades gaining sales experience at medical device and technology companies, including Medtronic and Bioquell and he began his career at Medtronic.
FortressIQ, the company delivering human-level observability into the processes behind every strategic business initiative, announced Christelle Flahaux Vice President of Marketing. Christelle brings over 17 years of leadership experience in customer and field marketing as well as management and sales operations roles. She joins from Host Analytics where she was Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to that, she ran demand generation and field marketing at Domo and was Vice President of Customer and Field Marketing at MapR. Christelle also spent time at Jive Software as Senior Director of Global Demand Generation and Marketing and served as Director of Field Marketing at both Marketo and Taleo. Additionally, she spent several years at Ariba managing global field marketing.
Hootsuite, the Vancouver-based social media management company, announced Matt Fingerhut Vice President of Customer Success. Matt brings over 30 years of experience in customer success, customer service and support across enterprise and consumer segments. Most recently, he was Senior Vice President and Head of Customer Success at Amperity. Prior to that, he ran Salesforce’s Customer Success Group and was Vice President of Customer Care at Nordstrom. Matt spent over 18 years of his career at Microsoft beginning as Senior Manager of North America Direct Marketing and Worldwide Operations before working through a number of senior roles in customer service and support. Ultimately he served as General Manager and built the support and service function for Office 365. Matt also spent time at iCat managing partner channels as well as client relationships for Levy & Wurz.
HackerOne, the leading hacker-powered bug bounty platform, announced Amanda Berger Senior Vice President of Customer Success. Amanda brings over 20 years of experience in customer success, professional services, and support organizations. She joins from LucidWorks where she was Chief Customer Officer. Prior to that, she was at RichRelevance where she managed the professional services, consulting, education and technical support organizations across the company’s nine global offices. Additionally, Amanda ran worldwide professional services at Guidance Software for nearly six years and spent nearly a decade at MicroStrategy in multiple leadership roles including Vice President of Professional Services. She began her career as a consultant at Avega.
Brandcast, the leading code-free website platform for enterprise, announced Kristina Valkanoff Vice President of Customer Success. Kristina brings over a decade of experience scaling world-class customer success, implementation and customer support teams. Most recently, she was Head of Customer Success at Carta. Prior to that, she managed customer success at Webgility and MOVE Guides. Kristina also spent time at Lithium Technologies as Director of Customer Success and began her career at DemandTec where she spent 9 years from its early days through its IPO and subsequent acquisition by IBM.
Cognosos, a leader in IoT-based asset intelligence, announced Braxton Jarratt Chief Executive Officer. Braxton brings extensive experience as a CEO, technology innovator, entrepreneur and investor with several demonstrated successes building and growing significant businesses. Braxton was the co-founder & Chief Executive Officer of Clearleap for nearly nine years before successfully selling the company to IBM. After the acquisition, he was Vice President and General Manager of IBM’s global cloud-based video business. Additionally, Braxton was Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Tandberg Television and ran product, marketing and business development at N2 Broadband. Earlier in his career, he launched the first major national broadband services for the cable division at Cox Communications and led corporate venture efforts in broadband technology and media startups.
Alydia Health, the medical device company working toward a solution for postpartum bleeding and hemorrhage, announced Rob Binney Chief Executive Officer. Rob brings over 20 years of senior leadership experience in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. He joins from Intersect where he spent eight years in sales and marketing before moving on to serve as Chief Commercial Officer. Prior to that, he was Director of Sales at AccessClosure. Rob also spent time at Boston Scientific and he began his career in sales at Sanofi.
New York Public Radio, the producer of award-winning journalism and groundbreaking podcasts, announced Ayesha Ahmed Chief Marketing Officer. Ayesha brings over 15 years of experience developing, building and growing direct-to-consumer, e-commerce businesses. Most recently she was Chief Digital Officer and General Manager of Ecommerce at Chilewich where she built their direct-to-consumer business. Prior to that, she served as Chief Marketing Officer at both Mouth and Fiverr and held marketing director roles at J. Crew and Gilt. Earlier in her career, Ayesha co-founded Trunkt which was acquired by Etsy.
Eko Health, the FDA cleared AI-Powered stethoscopes built for doctors, nurses, and students, announced Adam Saltman Chief Medical Officer. Adam brings extensive experience across disciplines in cardiology and pulmonology, as well as from government and academic sectors. He joins from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration where he spent nearly 12 years. Prior to that, Adam practiced as a triple-board certified cardiothoracic surgeon at various hospitals including Mount Sinai Beth Israel and the University of Massachusetts. Additionally, he served as Director of CT Surgery Research at Maimonides Medical Center, the University of Massachusetts, and Stony Brook University Hospital.
Dataiku, the world’s leading collaborative data science platform, announced Nick Trombetta as Senior Vice President of the Americas. Most recently, Nick was Area Vice President of the East for Mulesoft. Prior to that, he ran revenue at Salesforce for enterprise and strategic accounts in the Northeast. Nick also served as Vice President of the Northeast and Central Regions at SAP joining via its acquisition of Business Objects where he had been a sales director. Additionally, he was an enterprise sales executive at Crystal Decisions and he began his career at ADP.
Gusto, the payroll and human resources platform company, announced Jordan Hwang Head of Acquisition. Jordan joins with extensive experiencing leading growth initiatives across a variety of B2B and B2C businesses. Most recently, he was Vice President of Growth at Pill Club. Prior to that, he was Senior Director of Growth & Business Operations at Evernote where he led a three team cross-functional organization across product, engineering, design, and analytics. Previously, Jordan built and managed the sales, customer success & marketing teams at Chartio where he was responsible for driving go to market growth. Additionally, he held senior director roles at Kabam, PC Tools, and Yahoo.
Cockroach Labs, developer of the open source distributed database project CockroachDB, announced Peter Guagenti Chief Marketing Officer. Peter brings extensive marketing, strategy, and product development experience. He joins from MemSQL where he oversaw marketing, sales development, and partnerships. Prior to that, he served as Chief Marketing Officer at both Mesosphere and NGINX. Peter also spent time at Acquia leading product management and product marketing and ran client services and the strategic consulting practice for the West region at Razorfish. Additionally, he was senior manager of product and marketing strategy at Accenture and managed marketing & customer experience at Cap Gemini.
TeamSnap, the household name in integrated sports team, club and league management, announced Woody Hartman President and Head of Product. Woody joins from Lyft where spent almost 7 years. He initially joined to launch and manage Lyft’s second geographic market. During his time there, he led the launch team, built a drive team to support driver onboarding, and ultimately ran all global operations for the company. Prior to his time at Lyft, Woody managed global development at the Walt Disney Company. Additionally, he served as Director of Strategy at IGN Entertainment and he began his career as a business analyst at McKinsey & Company.
Atlas Obscura, the travel and exploration website that catalogs unusual and obscure travel destinations via user-generated content as well as creates unique experiences and trips, announced Warren Webster as Chief Executive Officer. Warren brings extensive experience building online companies and brands. He joins from Coveteur where he served as Chief Executive Officer and President for the past four years. Prior to that, he was the Chief Operating Officer at GOOP. Earlier, Warren co-founded Patch Media and served as President for seven years through its acquisition by AOL.
Clara Analytics, a leading artificial intelligence (AI) and data science company specializing in building easy-to-use AI-based solutions focused on claims operations for the Property & Casualty and Disability insurance industries, announced Brian Sullivan Senior Vice President of Customer Service. Brian brings over 20 years of experience building and leading client services from early stage SaaS startups through publicly traded companies. He joins from QuanticMind where he was Chief Revenue Officer and earlier led customer success. Prior to that, he was Chief Customer Officer at Capriza and also spent several years at Gigya where he oversaw the client services team. Additionally, Brian was a founding partner at CrownSix and spent several years in search and content solutions and professional services roles at Omniture, WebSiteStory and Atomz Corporation.
Kitman Labs, the industry leading sports analytics company using artificial intelligence to increase athlete performance and health, announced Randy Weber Vice President of Sales. Randy brings extensive experience as a software revenue leader and joins from Hiretual where he led strategy and execution of all business functions. Prior to that, he was Chief Revenue Officer at Simplee and spent several years at Zapproved running global sales. Additionally, Randy ran worldwide business development at Agilent Technologies and he began his career as an application engineer at HP.
BFS Capital, the small business financing platform, announced Patricia Korth-McDonnell as Chief Marketing Officer. Patricia was most recently CMO at online mortgage lender Better, where she was responsible for the brand, marketing and customer experience. Earlier, she spent more than a decade at Interpublic Group’s marketing and digital transformation firm, Huge. Patricia joined Huge as employee #13 and ultimately served as CMO and President, where she led global operations.
SetSail, the AI-powered sales insights and incentives platform that supercharges sales performance by rewarding what matters, announced Marty Enns Chief Revenue Officer. Marty brings over 25 years of sales experience joining from Clari where he was Vice President of Commerical Revenue. Prior to that, he co-founded and led PhoBack as Chief Executive Officer and ran enterprise sales at CipherCloud. Additionally, Marty served as senior director of large enterprise sales at Skyhigh Networks, Clearwell Systems, and Aptara. Marty began his career in sales at IKON Office Solutions.
Heap, the platform that provides analytics infrastructure to reduce the annoying parts of user analytics, announced Dennis Dresser Chief Revenue Officer. Dennis brings over 20 years of experience as a sales leader in large enterprise software and SaaS companies. Most recently, he was Chief Revenue Officer at Dialpad. Prior to that, Dennis spent several years at Anaplan as Managing Director. Additionally, he held various sales leadership positions at Eloqua and IBM and ran regional sales at ATG & Intershop Communications. Dennis began his career as a CPA at Ernst & Young.
Paladina Health, one of the largest healthcare providers of direct primary care services, announced Allison Velez as Chief People Officer. Allison brings over 20 years of human resource experience. She joins from OptumCare where she was Head of Human Capital. Prior to that, she was Chief People Officer for the DaVita Medical Group. Allison also spent time at Air Methods as Senior Vice President of Human Resources and held various HR leadership roles for Lafarge North America.
WaveOne, the company building the next generation of compression technology, announced Craig Lytle Chief Business Officer. Craig brings over 30 years of experience in the video, FPGA, and processor industry. He joins from AmperVue which he founded and led as Chief Executive Officer for several years. Prior to that, he was responsible for business development at Mythic and served as Senior Vice President of System Solutions at Exar Corporation. Craig also was President and CEO at Stretch for 8 years and spent his early career at Altera joining as an applications engineer before moving through the sales, product planning, marketing and executive ranks.
Caption Health, a leading medical AI company, announced Chris Larsen Head of Sales. Chris brings over 25 years of experience in healthcare technologies and joins from MDSave where he was a founding team member and served as Executive Vice President. During his time there, he led business development, sales management, and accounts and product innovations. Prior to that, Chris spent several years at Boston Scientific managing accounts and handling sales for the cardiac rhythm department. Chris also held senior leadership roles at Acclarent and Guidant and spent his early career in sales for new and emerging medical technologies and devices.
Feedzai, a leading data science company shaping the future of fraud detection in commerce, announced Andrew Flesch Vice President of Sales, North America. Andrew brings extensive sales experience at both start ups and growth companies. He joins from WeKaIO where he managed sales teams for the East and Central U.S. as well as Canada. Prior to that, he ran worldwide sales at both E8 Storage and NetMotion Wireless and also served as Vice President of Sales at Instart Logic. Additionally, Andrew spent time at Whiptail, Coverity, and Riverbed Technology, and VMware. He began his career at Turbolinux where he was Director of East Coast Sales. Feedzai has received funding from Armilar Venture Partners, Capital One Growth Ventures, Citi Ventures, Data Collective, EDP, Novabase Capital, Oak HC/FT, Sapphire Ventures.
Mahana Therapeutics, the company joining technology and healthcare expertise to produce innovative and cutting-edge digital therapeutics products, announced Myla Puyat Vice President of Finance and Operations. Myla brings nearly 25 years of experience building finance, accounting, and HR and facilities infrastructures across multiple industries. Most recently, she was Vice President of Finance & Administration at HealthTell. Prior to that, she provided finance, HR and operations management consulting to clients in the healthcare industry. Additionally, she ran finance and administration at Auxogyn, Verinata Health, and ForteBio. Myla also spent time at Display Research Laboratories, Amdahi Corporation, and Endosciopy Center Affiliates. Earlier in her career, Myla worked in the high-tech industry where she co-founded AXiON and iDS Systems / Jasmine Technologies.
Volantio, a global leader in post-booking revenue and capacity optimization software for airlines, announced Roy Russo Chief Technology Officer. Roy brings over fifteen years of information technology experience and demonstrated success designing, executing, and leading the development of large-scale distributed business applications. Most recently, he was Director of Software Development at United Technologies joining via its acquisition of Predikto where he had led software development and engineering for nearly 4 years. Roy also was Chief Architect at Altisource Labs and co-founded LoopFuse and JBoss.
Sentry, the market leader in software error monitoring, announced Milin Desai Chief Executive Officer. Milin joins from VMware where he managed the cloud services team and was responsible for the cloud strategy and expanding the portfolio with solutions for public cloud. Prior to that, he was at Riverbed Technology in a technical marketing manager role before moving on to manage product. Milin spent his early career as a senior software engineer at Veritas.
Split Software, the leading feature delivery platform, announced Brian Bell Chief Executive Officer. Brian brings more than 20 years of experience in emerging start-up and established high tech companies. He joins from Ping Identity where he managed the global marketing strategy, from demand generation and branding to product messaging and corporate communications. Prior to that, he served as Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Business Development at Zuora where he led marketing and alliances. Earlier in his career, Brian was Senior Vice President and General Manager of CA Technologies’ IT Service Management and Project Management Business Unit and also held senior marketing and business development roles at BMC Software and Extricity. Additionally, he spent several years at the Boston Consulting Group.
Atlas Obscura, the travel and exploration website that catalogs unusual and obscure travel destinations via user-generated content, announced Kiki Dolan as Director of Operations. Kiki joins from TodayTix where she spent five years and led the geographic expansion team. Prior to that she spent time at onefinestay coordinating new commercial markets. She began her career at Living Social.