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Preparing for another year of accelerated growth and success, A-LIGN, a cybersecurity and privacy solutions provider, has added two key executive hires: Chief Marketing Officer Mark Tack, and Vice President of Talent Acquisition Kishani Noori. As new members of A-LIGN’s leadership team, Tack and Noori will drive two important areas – marketing and the talent to support the company’s global growth.
Scott Price, Chief Executive Officer of A-LIGN, noted that both executive hires will accelerate A-LIGN’s pattern of rapid growth and expansion.
“Kishani and Mark will be amazing leaders for our company,” Price said. “A-LIGN gained more momentum than ever before in 2019, and with two new offices and hundreds of new clients, we are positioned to secure the summit for the climb ahead. Taking our marketing to the next level and ensuring that we are fulfilling client demand with the best cybersecurity talent available are key priorities for our trek into 2020 and beyond. We’re thrilled to have both executives join us during such a critical time of our company’s advancement into the next ascent.”
Tack’s experience leading marketing organizations for large data companies, including Acxiom and Experian, as well as high-growth SaaS companies, including Integrate and Vibes, will allow him to get A-LIGN on the map and build the pipeline required to continue the company’s aggressive growth plans. With deep experience building marketing engines and leading marketing teams, Tack will also ensure A-LIGN is world-class at widening its worldwide audience.
“I am so excited to join A-LIGN and lead marketing globally as we continue to create and lead the cybersecurity and privacy markets,” Tack said. “The conditions are right for a company to pull away from the pack and A-LIGN is optimally positioned to lead the way forward. My goal is to inspire and lead the team by elevating current marketing strategies and provide in-depth expertise that allows A-LIGN to realize its full market strength.”