NS1 Names Former Amplitude and ServiceNow Leader Kim Kaminski as CMO

Kaminski most recently served as vice president of global marketing at Amplitude

NS1 has appointed Kim Kaminski, a veteran marketing leader with more than 25 years of experience, as chief marketing officer (CMO). Kaminski is chartered with elevating the company’s market presence and formulating breakthrough global marketing programs for its portfolio of innovative network infrastructure solutions.

Kaminski most recently served as vice president of global marketing at Amplitude (NASDAQ: AMPL), where she led field, partner, and digital marketing to source over 50% of the company’s pipeline.

She previously led integrated campaigns and sales development teams at ServiceNow (NYSE: NOW).

“Kim’s vast knowledge and experience will be invaluable as NS1 continues to scale in this next phase of growth,” said Kris Beevers, co-founder and CEO of NS1.

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“We will lean on her expertise in marketing complex software solutions through brand building and demand creation as we continue enabling many of the largest world brands to understand, automate, and secure every digital interaction.”

Kaminski is a visionary leader with a proven track record of driving marketing strategies that align with business objectives to drive revenue and customer growth on an international scale.

Her arrival follows several recent high-profile hires that round out NS1’s C-suite, including Chief Revenue Officer Andy Hershey, formerly of Splunk.

As CMO, she will partner with sales and product leadership to drive a cohesive go-to-market strategy, inclusive of NS1‘s strategic partnerships with tech powerhouses such as Intel and AWS.

“NS1’s customers keep our society moving forward, and our mission is to provide the software and support they need to confidently meet and exceed the expectations demanded by our connected world,” Kaminski said.

“This opportunity, combined with our people-centred culture and a world-class team, make this a tech marketer’s dream job.”