Dustin Grosse joined DocuSign in November 2010 as senior vice president, chief marketing and business development officer.
Prior to DocuSign, Dustin led Microsoft's Field (SMSG) Readiness, a group focused on improving how Microsoft sells, markets and offers service to customers and partners.
Dustin also jump-started Microsoft's Office Unified Communications Group (UCG) as sales and marketing general manager.
Dustin joined Microsoft through its 2003 acquisition of Software-as-a-Service pioneer PlaceWare Web Conferencing.
He led PlaceWare to become one of Silicon Valley's five fastest growing companies in 2002. Dustin has a long history of driving revenue and customer growth as a sales and marketing executive at Covad Communications, Voxeo and OnFiber.
In addition to leading technology companies, Dustin led strategy, sales, marketing and operations consulting engagements for Fortune 500 and start-up companies with McKinsey & Company.
Early in his career, he served in brand management at Procter & Gamble and in corporate finance with Fluor Corporation and the Equitable Companies.
Dustin earned an MBA from Yale's School of Management and a BS in Economics from the University of California.
Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer
General Manager, World-Wide Field (Sales, Marketing, and Services Group - SMSG) Readiness
2003 - Jan, 2011
Vice President Worldwide Marketing, Business Development, Strategy & Services
2002 - Jan, 2003
Senior Vice President Marketing
2001 - Jan, 2002
Vice President Marketing
2000 - Jan, 2001
Vice President Corporate Marketing, Strategy & Branding
1999 - Jan, 2000
1996 - Jan, 1999
Brand Marketing & Product Management, Paper Sector
1995 - Jan, 1996