Data connectivity platform LiveRamp has announced that Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan has been added to its board of directors. Ms. Sivaramakrishnan has extensive experience in enterprise technology, including in developing and optimizing identity solutions.
“Kamakshi has made an indelible mark on the technology industry, contributing unparalleled leadership, fresh ideas, and technological innovation, especially as it relates to advancing omnichannel identity,” said LiveRamp CEO Scott Howe. “Her work with Drawbridge alone has made a substantial impact on our industry’s ability to create meaningful customer experiences. I know she will be a strong advocate and champion of our efforts to upgrade the identity infrastructure of our ecosystem to one built on neutrality, privacy and trust.”
Ms. Sivaramakrishnan was previously CEO and co-founder of identity resolution platform Drawbridge, which was acquired by LinkedIn in 2019. She has been honoured with a range of professional accolades, including being named one of Forbes’ “America’s Top 50 Women in Tech” and “Most Admired CEOs” by the San Francisco Business Times.
“I’ve long respected LiveRamp’s leadership in driving identity for the open internet and wanted to be a part of this groundbreaking work,” said Ms. Sivaramakrishnan. “I look forward to drawing on my experience in technology and identity to support LiveRamp as it continues to build a new identity infrastructure through its Authenticated Traffic Solution (ATS) and other addressability offerings.”