New Hires at Kobie, AppNexus, Rewards Network

Sales Executive Hire at Rewards Network

Rewards Network has hired Kevin Dulsky as Senior Vice President of Business Development and Partnerships. Dulsky joins Rewards Network with more than 20 years of experience driving growth through strategic partnerships and mobile integrations for leading technology companies such as PayPal, Lyft, and Nokia.

New President at Kobie

Kobie announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Marti Beller as the company’s new President. Beller brings more than 20 years of experience in loyalty marketing and customer engagement experience. Most recently, she served as Senior Vice President of Global Loyalty Products and Platforms at Mastercard. Prior to her tenure at Mastercard, she served as President of Connexions Loyalty (formerly Affinion Loyalty Group).

CTO Appointment at Digital Ocean

Cloud provider DigitalOcean has hired Barry Cooks at Chief Technology Officer. Previously serving as Vice President of R&D, cloud operations at VMWare, Cooks will draw upon his 20+ years of software, systems, and product development expertise as he oversees DigitalOcean’s product direction and development and leads the engineering, product, and infrastructure teams.

AppNexus Exec Joins Monetate

Monetate appointed Brandon Atkinson Chief Operating Officer. Atkinson served as SVP of Global Services and then Chief People Officer at AppNexus before joining the company.

Promotion at Acceleration Partners

Acceleration Partners announced the promotion of Emily Tetto to Vice President of Talent and Culture. Tetto started at AP in 2012 when the agency had six employees. After holding various roles within the organization, she eventually migrated to the Talent and Culture side of the business.

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Geoffrey Michener writes the biweekly Movers & Shakers column for Street Fight. Geoff is the founder and CEO of dataPlor, an emerging market data intelligence company. 

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