Stephanie Buscemi (L) and Sarah Franklin (R). Image via Salesforce
Stephanie Buscemi, the Chief Marketing Officer of cloud-based software giant Salesforce, has announced that she will step down. She will be replaced by Sarah Franklin, the current GM of Platform.
Buscemi has served as the CMO for more than two years and has led a team of more than 1700 marketers.
Franklin has been with Salesforce for 13 years starting out with a role as the Director of Platform Product Marketing. Previously, she held roles with Amazon and Coghead. According to Salesforce, Franklin is “determined to democratize technology, make learning accessible to everyone and advocate for equality in the enterprise.”
Buscemi held a number of other roles at Salesforce prior to becoming CMO including EVP of Products and Solutions Marketing.
“Change is constant and our biggest leaps of growth are with change. After 6.5+ years, I’ve decided to leave @Salesforce for the next phase of my journey.”
She has been the recipient of a number of awards and just this past year ranked number 32 on Forbes list of the Most Influential CMOS.
Buscemi Tweeted out that “Change is constant and our biggest leaps of growth are with change. After 6.5+ years, I’ve decided to leave @Salesforce for the next phase of my journey.”
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