Online dating platform Zoosk has named Kelly Steckelberg as chief executive officer. The company also said in a press release that it is delaying its plans to become a public company, and will reevaluate in the coming months.
Ms. Steckelberg, previously the chief financial officer and chief operating officer, succeeds co-founder Shayan Zadeh, who will remain on the Zoosk board of directors, but will step back from a management role. President and co-founder of the company Alex Mehr is also stepping down, but will continue to remain on the Zoosk board.
Ms. Steckelberg joined the company in 2011 from Cisco, where she held various roles, including divisional CFO for the Consumer Segment and for WebEx.
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