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Michelle Huff, Act-On Software

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Michelle Huff, CMO at Act-On Software is nominated by Reagan Reade

Throughout her career, Michelle Huff has made a habit of embracing change, tackling every challenge in her way with positivity and persistence. She is a product marketing veteran, well versed in the importance of messaging, demonstrated value, product positioning, and sales enablement, and well aware to what businesses need to grow quality sales leads.

Having worked and led teams at companies of all sizes -- from a small 30-person startup to mid-sized high-growth companies, to established enterprises like Oracle and Salesforce -- Michelle has seen firsthand what it means to grow and scale programs, organizational structures, and go-to-market strategies. At Stellent, she was responsible for product marketing for their largest revenue-generating product line. When Oracle acquired Stellent, she was promoted to run the Outbound Product Management department for Oracle WebCenter (portfolio of 4 major product lines).

But it was at Salesforce, as the VP Marketing for the Data.com division, that she really came into her own as a marketing leader -- helping the arm expand up-market and quadrupling the business. She would eventually become the GM of the $100M+ Data.com portfolio, serving a customer base of $11,000+.

As Act-On Software’s CMO, Michelle works hard to scale a fast-expanding global business for its next stage of growth. In the five months since she started, she has successfully reorganized a global marketing organization to reflect the modern marketing’s realities (what Act-On calls “Brand, Demand, Expand”), launched a new go-to-market strategy and new messaging for the mid-market, rebuilt the funnel, organized a company-wide kickoff, and partnered with Tech & Products to bring to market Adaptive Journeys for marketing automation.

Michelle was featured in FierceCMO’s 2016 Women to Watch in B2B marketing.

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