June 19, 2024


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Forbes names chief revenue officer, chief digital and information

Forbes names chief revenue officer, chief digital and information

Forbes announced Tuesday the promotions of two Forbes veterans to chief revenue officer and chief digital and information

Sherry Phillips is the new chief revenue officer, and Vadim Supitskiy is now chief digital and information, both effective immediately.

“We are pleased to promote two proven and trusted executives to positions crucial to Forbes’ continued growth,” said CEO Mike Federle in a statement. “Both Sherry and Vadim are true partners and invaluable members of our executive leadership team that has brought our business to new heights.”

Phillips is a 26-year Forbes veteran was most recently chief sales and marketing officer, and before that, senior vice president of Forbes Live Events. In her new role, she is charged with leading Forbes’ revenue operations globally and growing Forbes’ Media business.

Supitskiy is a 15-year Forbes veteran was most recently was chief technology officer, and before that senior vice president of  engineering. In his new role, Supitskiy will lead global technology and information systems direction, as well as product and strategic growth initiatives.

Under Supitskiy’s leadership, Forbes has built and delivered proprietary technology and systems that give Forbes a competitive advantage, including a content management system that allows for 8,000 articles to be published on the Forbes platform each month.