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Silverfort appoints five female executives to leadership team
Thu, 9th Mar 2023

Silverfort, the leader in Unified Identity Protection, has introduced five new senior executive team members as it continues to strengthen go-to-market, finance, product, and customer success functions to support strong global growth. The appointments include new leaders as well as internal promotions and underline the company’s dedication to encouraging a diverse workforce, with over 15 female managers hired or promoted into management over the last year, and with women now representing almost 40% of all managerial roles and 50% of the Senior Management Team.

The new and promoted members of Silverfort’s executive team and their respective positions are Michelle Wideman as Chief Customer Officer, Tarah Cammett as Chief Marketing Officer, Irena Meaden as Chief Financial Officer, Revital Aronis as VP of Product Management, and Leslie Bois as VP of Global Channels. Michelle will oversee Silverfort’s Customer Success and Support teams. Tarah brings brand, demand generation, and global sales support together with empathic leadership to drive growth as the Chief Marketing Officer. Irena, the newly promoted CFO, brings over 20 years in economics, corporate finance, risk, and business management to Silverfort. Newly promoted VP of Product Management, Revital Aronis, will oversee the continual evolution of Silverfort’s Unified Identity Protection platform. Leslie Bois will be responsible for executing and accelerating Silverfort’s global channel strategy.

Liat Gavrieli, VP of HR at Silverfort, said, “We are excited to have such talented leaders join our team or get well-deserved promotions, and we are also proud to see that by building a culture which selects the best people for the job, diversity has naturally taken root. International Women’s Day gives us the perfect opportunity to shine a light on how this approach has helped us organically build a strong and effective team with a high percentage of senior female leaders, who are so good at what they do. I look forward to working alongside the entire Senior Management Team as we continue to grow globally as a leader in Unified Identity Protection.”

The appointments represent the company's commitment to diversity and growth, with 50% of all executive positions now held by women, reflecting the company's progress in creating an inclusive work environment. More than 15 female managers have been hired or promoted into management over the last year, with women now representing almost 40% of all managerial roles and 50% of the Senior Management Team.

Based in Boston and Tel Aviv, Silverfort provides Unified Identity Protection, allowing organizations to secure access to any sensitive resource, from any device, and at any location. Silverfort’s innovative platform delivers strong authentication and adaptive multi-factor authentication, giving organizations real-time visibility and control over access to sensitive resources. More details on careers at Silverfort can be found on the company website.