EditShare announces new leadership

EditShare announces new leadership
Published: 15 August 2019 - 9:04 a.m.
By: Nikhil Pereira
On the heels of the majority investment from ParkerGale Capital (May 2019), EditShare, a technology provider in storage and media management solutions, is pivoting its rapidly growing business to better serve its customers across emerging cloud, remote production, and media security workflows with seven strategic leadership appointments.

The firm has appointed Robin Adams, VP of worldwide sales; Stephen Tallamy, chief technology officer (CTO); Sunil Mudholkar, VP of product management; Tracy Geist, chief marketing officer (CMO); Bryan Perrotti, VP of engineering; Jackie Hazan, VP of people and operations and Scott Bryce, chief financial officer (CFO).

Robin Adams, joins EditShare from senior management roles with ChyronHego and EVS, will have strategic oversight of EditShare sales professionals, indirect sales channels, and key accounts.

Stephen Tallamy most recently led cloud architecture for Cisco’s Service Provider Video portfolio - deploying large scale systems in AWS, on-premise, and hybrid cloud. Tallamy will work closely with Andy Liebman, CSO, on strategy and deliver on the technical aspects of the EditShare roadmap.

Sunil Mudholkar is responsible for road-mapping the next generation of EditShare products. An experienced global product team leader, Mudholkar was responsible for defining the end-to-end service provider video platform for Cisco’s Service Provider Video Business.

Tracy Geist will be responsible for executing on EditShare’s global marketing vision and go-to-market strategy including strategic partner relationships.

Geist’s experience leading world-class marketing and strategic partner organizations for Fortune 500 companies like Cisco and OpenTV will help define innovative programs that shape EditShare brand value and solution adoption across all market verticals.

Bryan Perrotti will be responsible for managing the engineering teams and advancing EditShare’s core capabilities of collaboration, cloud, and security with its next-generation product plans.

Jackie Hazan will focus on developing programmes for EditShare’s most valuable and expanding resource: its people. Joining from NBCUniversal where she was a strategic HR partner with global oversight of more than 1,200 employees, Hazan will spearhead EditShare global talent development and people programmes.

Scott Bryce will oversee EditShare global finance and growth trajectory as its CFO. Bryce will be responsible for managing the ParkerGale investment resources to scale EditShare internal research and development teams and technology investments across cloud, remote productions, and media security.

Adams, Tallamy, Mudholkar, Geist, Perrotti, Hazan, and Bryce join existing EditShare senior leadership executives Andy Liebman, co-founder and chief strategy officer (CSO), Tara Montford, co-founder and executive VP of business development, and Harvey Kohli, senior VP of business development.

Conrad Clemson, CEO, EditShare said: “Each member of the EditShare executive team has demonstrated extraordinary leadership, building high-performance teams, programs, and innovative solutions that have enabled customer success. They share the same values that have made EditShare’s pioneering spirit and customer-centric focus the heart of the company. With our combined experience, we will continue to deliver transformative solutions that help our customers succeed in creating some of the world’s most-loved content while successfully growing their media business.”

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