KCSA Strategic Communications hires Alessandra Nagy as SVP on the PR team within its health and wellness practice. Nagy joins KCSA from Bospar, where she was co-lead of the healthcare and fintech practice. Before coming to Bospar, she worked at Grayling. In addition to having extensive experience leading global companies through IPOs and billion-dollar acquisitions, Nagy is also the co-founder and an active board member for Project for a Village, a non-profit that provides healthcare to women and children in rural villages in Nepal. "We’re confident that her exceptional background will help drive additional business opportunities with both existing and potential clients," said KCSA Managing Partner and Principal Jeffrey Goldberger.
Arm Holdings, a semiconductor and software design company, hires Ami Badani as CMO. Badani comes to the company from NVIDIA, where she was VP marketing and developer prodcts. Before that, she was CMO at Cumulus Networks and a director of product marketing at Cisco. At Arm, Badani will lead the company’s global marketing organization. “Ami’s experience in AI and proven track record in creating awareness among developer ecosystems make her a natural fit to lead our marketing efforts in building the future of computing on Arm,” said Arm CEO Rene Haas.
Linnworks, an inventory management system, order management system and warehouse management system solutions provider, appoints Georgia Leybourne as CMO. Leybourne was most recently CMO at transportation management platform Transporeon, Before that she was senior director international marketing at Manhattan Associates. In her new role, Leybourne will be responsible for overseeing Linnworks' marketing efforts, enhancing brand awareness, and creating strategies to effectively reach and serve a diverse customer base. “Her expertise and impressive track record will bolster our efforts to deliver a unified software platform under the Connected CommerceOps brand,” said Linnworks CEO Chris Timmer.