“These improvements to our leadership team are just the latest example of Securly’s commitment to serving more of the world’s school communities with device management, classroom management, and student safety and wellness solutions.” —Bharath Madhusudan, Co-founder & CEO of Securly
SAN JOSE, Calif. (PRWEB) January 06, 2022
Securly, the market leader in end-to-end student safety and device management for K-12 and primary/secondary schools, announced today that it has appointed Jon Moody as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) and promoted Scott Cohn to Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Both report directly to Bharath Madhusudan, Securly’s co-founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Responsible for Securly’s revenue generation strategy and execution, Jon Moody oversees the sales, customer success, and channel teams to ensure the company’s go-to-market initiatives are aligned to best serve the needs of K-12 and primary/secondary school staff, communities, and students.
For over 20 years, Moody has driven growth in enterprise software companies, including IBM and Microsoft, with 10 of those years selling into the K12 market. Most recently, he was the Vice President of K12 Sales at Instructure, where he scaled the sales team focusing on their popular Canvas learning management platform and assessment solutions, driving over a 300% increase in revenue in just four years.
“We are excited to welcome Jon to Securly as Chief Revenue Officer,” said Bharath Madhusudan, CEO. “He shares Securly’s passion for helping schools create environments where students and teachers feel safe so that the focus on teaching and learning can happen effectively. With Jon as CRO, Securly is positioned for accelerated growth in student safety, student engagement, and student wellness.”
Scott Cohn joined Securly as Senior Vice President of Finance in 2019, responsible for accounting, financial planning, fundraising, forecasting, treasury, risk, and tax activities of the company. As CFO, Cohn will continue to lead the accounting and finance team and expand his responsibilities to include sales operations.
“Scott has been instrumental in building the finance organization from the ground up and leading the Company through its acquisition by Golden Gate Capital,” said Madhusudan. “We’re thrilled that he’s on our team and shepherding our sustainable growth as we expand to serve even more schools in the student safety and wellness space.”
These improvements to its leadership team are the latest example of Securly’s commitment to serving more of the world’s school communities by providing unmatched device management, classroom management, plus student safety and wellness solutions. Currently, Securly serves more than 15,000 schools dedicated to keeping students safe and helping them thrive online, on-campus, or in hybrid learning environments.
Securly is the leading end-to-end digital student safety and digital experience management platform designed specifically for K–12 and primary/secondary schools. Our 360º approach keeps students safe and productive—everywhere and on every device. With cloud-based technologies backed by an industry-leading AI, Securly’s unified solutions help schools provide learning environments where students excel. Securly has locations in the US, UK, India, and Mexico.
For more information, visit http://www.securly.com.
Share article on social media or email: