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Rachel Trindade is the CMO of Extensiv. With more than 20 years across Marketing, Product Management, Customer Success, and Field Operations, Rachel’s extensive go-to-market and marketing management experience has driven dynamic growth for multiple organizations. Having supported two IPOs and integrated numerous companies through mergers and acquisitions, Rachel leads high-growth organizations to even greater revenue growth. Most recently, Rachel served as the Global VP of Marketing at Teletrac Navman, part of Fortive (NYSE: FTV), where she led the global marketing organization across four continents for demand generation, brand, and product marketing programs. Prior to that she served as Vice President of Marketing at HireRight.

Rachel began her career in supply chain at PFSweb where she worked across numerous Customer Success and Marketing roles to help grow their third-party logistics and business process outsourcing business.

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