Identity.net Hires Chief Marketing Officer as Growth Accelerates

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The new hire brings over 20 years of experience in consumer and high tech industries to the company

Her productive tenure at Microsoft demonstrated that she brings a potent mix of commercial leadership, public diplomacy, professional integrity and personal compassion.

Today, Identity.net (http://www.identity.net)] announced the addition of Susan Koehler as Chief Marketing Officer. She joins the company as it continues to grow and put consumers firmly in control of their online identity and reputation.    

Susan Koehler has over 20 years experience in consumer and high tech industries. Most recently, Susan held several senior leadership positions at Microsoft Corporation, leading strategic initiatives & business planning worldwide. Specifically, she was instrumental in the development of the consumer digital imaging market, and strategic global initiatives such as Trustworthy Computing and Security Mobilization. Prior to Microsoft, Susan spent 10 years in the Consumer Health Care Industry at world renowned companies Warner-Lambert/Pfizer and The Dial Corporation. Susan's tenure at Warner-Lambert and The Dial Corporation focused on category leading products and new product innovation. She received her BA and BS undergraduate degrees from Syracuse University and a MBA from Rutgers University.

"Susan joins Identity.net at an exciting time, as the company transitions from being development-centric to market-centric. Susan has a tremendous record of achievement in working with both the public and private sector in the USA, and internationally," said Rob Monster, Chairman and CEO of Identity.net. "Her productive tenure at Microsoft demonstrated that she brings a potent mix of commercial leadership, public diplomacy, professional integrity and personal compassion."

About Identity.net

Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, the company's mission is to put consumers firmly in control of their online identity and reputation. The Identity.net (formerly Demoxi) software is built on 50 issued patents and 10 years of advanced research in the fields of cryptography and online identity. For more information, visit Identity.net

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