Winshuttle Announces New VP of Marketing and Director of Product Management

Mary Lee and Beth Turtle bolster go-to-market leadership

Bothell, Washington – August 3, 2017 – Winshuttle is pleased to announce two key additions to its leadership with Mary Lee as Vice President of Marketing, and Beth Turtle as Director of Product Management for Foundation and Application Data Management (ADM).

“Mary has been an integral part of our leadership team for the past several years as Director of Global Marketing,” said John Pierson, CEO of Winshuttle. “Her consistency in exceptional leadership, contributions across departments, and willingness to do whatever it takes have led to this promotion, and we’re excited about the vision, energy, and experience she brings to lead our global marketing efforts.”

Mary’s diverse 20+ year marketing background includes areas across marketing and brand strategy, copywriting, web experience, marketing systems, and more. Before joining Winshuttle four years ago, Mary held lead marketing roles in companies like Fluke Networks and Providence Health.

“Beth is an exceptional leader in product strategy and execution,” said Kevin Goulet, VP of Product Management at Winshuttle. “Her diverse background and extensive leadership experience will help us accelerate our Foundation goals, and deliver an ADM platform our customers can use to empower business teams to get data right.”

Beth’s background includes over 20 years in engineering and product development, working in technical marketing and program management across databases, semiconductors, and communications. She brings over 8 years of product management and product team leadership to Winshuttle, with recent roles at Kymeta, Intel, and Nintendo. She also holds 6 patents.

Winshuttle’s investment in marketing and product development supports their vision to drive market penetration and innovation to deliver on their promise to lead and support customers in the application data management (ADM) space.

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