Malwarebytes names three key executives
Software company Malwarebytes™ has made three new leadership appointments to help to support its growth, marketing and customer success teams. Kelly Hall has been named vice president of Customer Success, Jennifer Mullin has been hired as vice president of Product Marketing & Customer Insights, and Kirstin Hornby has been appointed vice president of Growth Marketing.
"This year has been one of decisive change for Malwarebytes to create more value and serve our customers better – and position the company for long-term growth," said Malwarebytes co-founder and CEO Marcin Kleczynski. "We continue to attract new talent into the company in order to help us attain these goals and I am thrilled to welcome Kelly, Jennifer, and Kirstin to the team. These incredible leaders bring a consistent, customer-driven mindset and expertise that will be critical to accelerating our growth in the coming years."
Ms. Hall has more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, most recently as chief customer officer for Vision Critical. In her newly created role at Malwarebytes, she will help to develop tools and customer solutions to maximize value realization.
Ms. Mullin is an award-winning global marketer with experience in growth companies, international marketing and driving corporate social good. As vice president of Product Marketing & Customer Insights, she will lead the company’s marketing, communications and insights.
Ms. Hornby is an experienced digital marketer, who has served in marketing leadership positions at Rakuten, PayPal, Gap, Polyvore and Yahoo. As vice president of Growth Marketing at Malwarebytes, she will be responsible for online and performance marketing, and customer retention marketing.