End-to-end identity verification and eKYC solutions provider Jumio has appointed Anna Convery as its new Chief Marketing Officer, following a positive trading year.
Prior to joining Jumio, Convery held the position of CMO at cybersecurity firm Bradware for close to five years, overseeing the company’s marketing strategy whilst also driving revenue and increasing market share by enhancing corporate marketing contribution.
In addition to Radware, Convery has accumulated experience in cybersecurity, AML, fraud, robotic process automation, voice analytics, biometrics, enterprise customer experience and customer journey analytics via marketing, sales and product management roles at OpenSpan and NICE Systems.
The new appointee focuses on ‘building highly scalable, highly optimised marketing functions’ in order to deliver revenue and market value, and is also a long-time advocate for the advancement of women and girls in STEM education and professions, having been recognised as a Women of the Year in Technology by the Georgia chapter of Women in Technology.
Convery remarked. “I am delighted to join a global world-class leadership team and to help further Jumio’s mission to make the internet a safer place. I very much look forward to working with Jumio’s extensive and ever-growing network of customers and partners.”
The addition of Convery to the board follows several key developments for Jumio in 2021, including the appointment of Bala Kumar as Chief Product Officer in March, reporting a growth in revenue and sales of over 150% in Q2 2021, achieving ‘record sales’ for its end-to-end AML compliance solutions and securing a $150 million investment from Great Hill Partners.
“I am so proud to welcome Anna to the team,” commented Robert Prgge, Jumio CEO. “It’s because of Jumio’s position as a leader in the digital identity market that we’re able to continuously attract top-caliber talent across all functions, from sales and marketing to technology, innovation and customer experience.
“Anna’s experience in building powerful, public brands will be invaluable to Jumio as we accelerate our growth strategy.”