SiteHawk Names Kimberley Williams as Chief Marketing Officer

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Appointment signals a dramatic move to scale the brand and expand the product offering to further meet the growing requirements associated with corporate safety and international environmental compliance

Kimberley Williams

Kimberley Williams

Kimberley is a dynamic leader with a distinguished record among enterprise software giants, and I look forward to the strategic and transformational value her leadership will bring to SiteHawk.

SiteHawk, the leader in chemical data management and compliance solutions, today announced the appointment of enterprise software veteran Kimberley Williams as chief marketing officer to drive overall business and industry-specific growth. Williams joins the company’s executive team, assuming responsibility for all aspects of SiteHawk’s marketing and product development strategies globally.

“Kimberley is a dynamic leader with a distinguished record among enterprise software giants, and I look forward to the strategic and transformational value her leadership will bring to SiteHawk,” said Ernie Connon, chief executive officer of SiteHawk.

With more than 20 years’ experience with multinational technology companies including Curam Software, Oracle and Accenture, and a proven track record for global brand building and sales growth, Williams joins SiteHawk from Informatica where she most recently held the position of chief strategist. In her new role, she will lead the company’s efforts to identify new product opportunities and develop strategies to accelerate growth.

“SiteHawk has a strong vision and I am excited to join a company with a culture committed to innovation,” said Williams. “I look forward to continue driving market-leading solutions that support the fast-paced and critical changes within the environmental, health and safety industry.”

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