Tech shakeup: 5 Boston startup leadership changes in November

by Justine Hofherr
December 4, 2017

Leadership changes happen all of the time in Boston tech, and November was no exception. At least five startups experienced some major leadership shake-ups this November, bringing on new members with innovative ideas to their teams. Check them out below.

Steve Wietrecki
chief revenue officer

Toward the end of November, e-commerce marketing tech company Klaviyo announced that it would be bringing on Steve Wietrecki as chief revenue officer. Wietrecki, who most recently served as chief operating officer with ClassPass and Rocana, will be in charge of accelerating the company’s growth trajectory for 2018.


James Cornicelli
VP of corporate strategy

ZappRX, a healthtech company that specializes in reducing the administrative burden associated with prescribing medication, brought on James Cornicelli as their new VP of corporate strategy this month. In this role, Cornicelli will be tasked with creating the startup’s payer partnering strategy, as well as building and leading a team of business development experts. He comes from Salix Pharmaceuticals, where Cornicelli spent 13 years in various leadership roles.


Brendan Murphy
director of talent acquisition, product and engineering

Athenahealth, a company that partners with hospital and ambulatory clients to improve clinical and financial results, announced that it hired Brendan Murphy as the new director of talent acquisition for product and engineering this month. Prior to this role, Murphy was director of talent acquisition for product and engineering at Endurance International Group.


Dylan Fleming
director of talent acquisition

Dylan Fleming is the new director of talent acquisition at OM1, which dubs itself the “intelligent data cloud” for healthcare stakeholders. Previously, Fleming was the senior talent recruiter at Buildium.


Lauren Elise Marston
resident experience manager

Lauren Elise Marston is joining Hello Alfred as the new resident experience manager. If you’re unfamiliar, Hello Alfred is a platform that helps you find a personal assistant to complete tasks like cleaning the home, grocery shopping and more, freeing up  time to focus on what you love. Previously, Marston was a community evangelist at the Startup Institute.


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