Evolv Technology Announces Appointment of Chief Marketing Officer
Company Welcomes Growth Marketing Expert to Accelerate Strong Trajectory and Increasing Demand for AI-Based Security Screening
WALTHAM, Mass. – (November 22, 2023) – Evolv Technology (NASDAQ: EVLV), the leader in AI-based weapons detection security screening, today announced the appointment of Courtney Cunnane as Chief Marketing Officer, effective November 20, 2023. A growth marketing expert with deep expertise in the technology industry, Ms. Cunnane complements the expanding Evolv marketing organization and will lead the team as the company reaches its next level of growth.
Courtney comes to Evolv from software company SmartBear, where she served as the Senior Vice President of Growth Marketing and Demand Generation. In this role, she led a team of more than 30 marketers and was responsible for growth marketing across 15+ products and all direct and indirect buying channels. Prior to SmartBear, she led marketing at Experian Data Quality for nearly a decade where she was responsible for a team focused on revenue growth and channel development.
“Our company’s strong growth, driven by an increasing market demand for our solutions, puts us in an enviable position where we are able to attract top talent like Courtney,” said Jay Muelhoefer, Chief Commercial Officer of Evolv Technology. “Courtney’s expertise and proven track record as a growth marketing technology executive, as well as her drive to help make the world a safer place, make her an ideal addition to our leadership team. We are delighted to welcome Courtney to Evolv and are certain her contributions will make a significant, positive impact on the next phase of our company.”
“Joining Evolv is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. This role allows me to blend my expertise in marketing and technology with a passion for making a difference while working with world-class leadership and marketing teams,” said Cunnane. “I’m excited about extending our brand to help advance Evolv’s mission in making the world a safer place to live, work, learn and play. We look forward to what’s next for the company and our customers.”
Ms. Cunnane earned a BA from Georgetown University and is based in the company’s corporate headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Evolv’s technology is used by more than 600 customers worldwide, including schools, hospitals, iconic venues, sports stadiums, and leading theme parks such as Six Flags, SoFi Stadium, Boston College, Grand Ole Opry House, Guildford County Schools and Target Field. The Evolv Express system has scanned more than 1 billion people.
About Evolv Technology
Evolv Technology (NASDAQ: EVLV) is transforming human security to make a safer, faster, and better experience for the world’s most iconic venues and companies as well as schools, hospitals, and public spaces, using industry leading artificial intelligence (AI)-powered weapons detection and analytics. Its mission is to transform security to create a safer world to work, learn, and play. Evolv has digitally transformed the gateways in places where people gather by enabling seamless integration combined with powerful analytics and insights. Evolv’s advanced systems have scanned more than a billion people since 2019, second only to the Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in the United States. Evolv has been awarded the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) SAFETY Act Designation as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology (QATT) as well as the Security Industry Association (SIA) New Products and Solutions (NPS) Award in the Law Enforcement/Public Safety/Guarding Systems category. Evolv Technology®, Evolv Express®, Evolv Insights®, Evolv Cortex AI®, and Evolv Extend™ are registered trademarks or trademarks of Evolv Technologies, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions. For more information, visit https://evolvtechnology.com.
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