Ellen Rubin

Ellen Rubin is founder and Vice President of Products at CloudSwitch. Ellen is an experienced entrepreneur with a proven track record in leading strategy, market positioning and go-to-market for fast-growing companies. Prior to founding CloudSwitch, Ellen was vice president of marketing at Netezza. As a member of the early management team at Netezza, Ellen helped grow the company to over $125 million in revenues and a successful IPO in 2007. Ellen defined and created broad market acceptance of a new category, "data warehouse appliances" and led market strategy, product marketing, complementary technology relationships and marketing communications. Prior to Netezza, Ellen founded Manna, an Israeli and Boston-based developer of real-time personalization software. Ellen played a key role in raising over $18 million in venture financing from leading U.S. and Israeli venture capital firms, recruiting the U.S.-based management team and defining product and market strategy. Ellen began her career as a marketing strategy consultant at Booz, Allen & Hamilton. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Harvard College. Ellen can be reach at ellen@cloudswitch.com.

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