Blackbaud Inc. of Charleston, South Carolina, a software and services provider for the global philanthropic community, has announced Mary Beth Westmoreland as the new chief technology officer.
Westmoreland has been with Blackbaud since 2008, most recently serving as senior vice president of product development for mass market solutions. In her new role, she will lead worldwide technology strategies and planning, including development of strategic infrastructure and software to support Blackbaud’s new cloud capabilities.
Westmoreland will continue to report to Kevin McDearis, executive vice president of research, delivery and operations.
“Mary Beth has a proven track record of collaboration across the company to build innovative, value-added software solutions for the global philanthropic community,” McDearis said. “She wants what’s right for clients and always pushes us to be better. The result has been a set of breakthrough innovations over the last 12 months — some of the biggest our company has ever seen. I’m confident that her promotion to an expanded leadership role as chief technology officer will only increase our pace of innovation and execution, which is a huge win for both our clients and our partner network.”
Westmoreland said she was "honored to work with such an incredibly talented team of engineers to drive a new era of innovation, user experience, architecture and cloud strategy at Blackbaud."
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