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F5 welcomes Mika Yamamoto as Executive Vice President

F5 welcomes Mika Yamamoto as Executive Vice President

 May 14, 2019

F5 has welcomed a new female Executive Vice President to its leadership team. Mika Yamamoto is leading the F5's marketing and customer experience initiatives and its culture of technology and innovation.

An impressive leadership role at F5

Mika is Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer. Her role involves overseeing the F5's marketing strategies across segments, channels and geographies as F5 continues to expand and develop. She is also working to make sure customers are F5's priority in their Digital Transformation initiative, with a particular focus on their buying experience.

She also joins Geng Lin, who is taking on the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer.

“Both Mika and Geng bring to F5 deep expertise in their respective fields, as well as proven leadership for companies that have undergone business transformations as significant as our own,” says François Locoh-Donou, F5 President and Chief Executive Officer. “I’m confident that Mika and Geng will help accelerate F5’s transformation to a multi-cloud applications services company.”

Mika brings to F5 an impressive career of securing enterprise marketing results. Before F5, she was Global President of Marketo, where she headed up the company’s go-to-market strategy after its acquisition by Adobe. She was also Chief Digital Marketing Officer and CMO for SAP, and was a leader at Amazon, Microsoft, Gartner, and Accenture.

Join ambitious women like Mika at F5

With opportunities at all career stages including internships, graduate roles, experienced hires and executive positions - check out what exciting job vacancies are currently open with F5.


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