Nada Stirratt is chief executive officer of Verve. A veteran of the advertising technology industry, Nada joins Verve from Acxiom (ACXM), where she served as the company’s first chief revenue officer. In this role, Nada led a global team of more than 3,500 associates responsible for the company’s sales, operations, consulting and analytics practice and delivery.
Prior to Acxiom, Nada served as chief revenue officer of MySpace, playing an integral role in the social network’s sale to Specific Media in 2011. Before joining News Corp., Nada was executive vice president of digital advertising at Viacom, where she oversaw advertising sales, strategy and operations for MTV Networks.
Nada joined MTV Networks from Advertising.com, where she spent three years as senior vice president. Upon the successful sale of Advertising.com to AOL in 2004, Nada led publisher services and network sales. Nada joined Advertising.com from Moviefone, where she was senior vice president of advertising. Upon the company’s sale to AOL in 1999, Nada became vice president of business development at AOL.
Nada holds a B.S. in advertising from the University of Illinois and lives in New Canaan, CT with her husband Avery. She is based in New York City.
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