Acxiom Hires Former MySpace CRO

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Marketing services and technology company Acxiom has hired Nada Stirratt as the company’s first chief revenue officer and executive vice president. Ms. Stirratt is former chief revenue officer for MySpace and former executive vice president of digital advertising at MTV Networks.

As CRO at Acxiom, Ms. Stirratt will be responsible for all field-facing areas, including sales, account management, delivery and consulting at all of Acxiom’s U.S. and international operations.

Ms. Stirratt has also served as senior vice president, corporate development, at, senior vice president, advertising, for Moviefone and vice president, business development, at AOL. Ms. Stirratt has a bachelor’s degree in advertising from the University of Illinois.

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