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Cisco Executive Leadership: Three Major Promotions Unveiled On International Women’s Day

The tech giant announced executive promotions on Monday for three of its female leaders, including raising customer experience leader Maria Martinez to COO

Source | | Gina Narcisi

Cisco Systems is raising up three of its female leaders, the tech giant announced on Monday afternoon just in time for International Women’s Day 2021.

Fran Katsoudas, a 25-year Cisco veteran, has been named Chief People, Policy and Purpose Officer. Liz Centoni, who has spent 21 years at the tech giant, will now also lead Cisco‘s Applications business as its Chief Strategy Officer and general manager, Applications. Finally, the chief operating officer seat will go to Maria Martinez, a three-year Cisco leader.

Cisco wants to accelerate the pace of innovation for its customers and partners, something that requires cross-company collaboration, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins said in a blog post about the promotions published on Monday.

“These newly-defined roles will help us move forward with even greater speed and deeper focus,” he said. “With these three fantastic leaders driving key areas of our business, I am excited for we will accomplish, and I am confident that we have a unique opportunity to shape the future for our customers, partners, and employees, and to continue to make a positive impact in the world around us.”

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