Nutanix Picks Out Cisco’s Jennifer Massaro to Lead Global PR

by | Nov 26, 2017

Jennifer Massaro has joined Nutanix as director of global public relations.

She joins as Nutanix continues its transformation from a hyperconverged infrastructure business into the software-defined enterprise cloud. Under the helm of CEO and co-founder, Dheeraj Pandey, the company is now at the center of a hybrid multi-cloud ecosystem in the enterprise, strategically placed to help businesses manage distributed cloud environments and securely run applications at scale.

Based in San Jose, Massaro reports into Tonya Chin, Vice President, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications.

Massaro has been in the field of public relations and communications for more than 20 years. Most recently, she led PR for strategic alliances and innovation at Cisco. Previously, she held further strategic communications roles at Cisco, Philips Electronics and Software Publishing Corporation.

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