Carbon Black Appoints Sandra O’Sullivan as Chief People Officer (CPO)

O’Sullivan has served in various leadership roles for the past seven years at Carbon Black, most recently as Vice President of Customer Success

WALTHAM, Mass. — January 24, 2019 ––Carbon Black[1](NASDAQ: CBLK), a leader in next-generation endpoint security delivered via the cloud, today announced that long-time company leader Sandra O’Sullivan has been appointed Chief People Officer (CPO). As the global leader for human resources, O’Sullivan will oversee talent development and management, recruiting, total rewards, diversity and inclusion, as well as culture and organizational development strategies for the company.

O’Sullivan joined Carbon Black in 2012, most recently serving as the company’s Vice President of Customer Success. She led a team dedicated to providing a superior experience for customers through cross-functional collaboration with support, services, product and engineering. Prior to Carbon Black, O’Sullivan launched and was President of Ametros Financial, where she was focused on providing innovative products and services to the workers’ compensation insurance industry.

“With extensive knowledge in professional services and customer success, as well as a long history with Carbon Black, Sandra is fully equipped to take on her newest role in human resources,” said Carbon Black President and CEO Patrick Morley. “She’s passionate about maintaining our strong company culture and developing diversity and inclusion, and we’re excited to see what she’ll bring to this position.”

“When I think about what makes Carbon Black special, what jumps to the forefront of my mind is our people,” said O’ Sullivan. “Each and every day, Carbon Black’s 1,200+ global employees demonstrate a clear passion for, and commitment to, making the world a safer place for our customers. And, as we continue to grow, I’m looking forward to partnering with the many teams throughout the company to make sure we are creating and fostering the best environment and culture possible.”

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