Two Board Additions Bring Experience in Innovation

by Don Rodriguez

The Arizona Technology Council has appointed Kerri Zunkowski, vice president of People Operations at Infusionsoft, and Ken McMahon, senior vice president of Client Operations at Vonage, to its board of directors. The two technology executives were elected unanimously at the quarterly board meeting in January to serve three-year terms.

Kerri Zunkowski

“Kerri and Ken bring expertise, talent and energy to the table and we’re fortunate to have them join our board,” says Steven G. Zylstra, president and CEO of the Arizona Technology Council. “Their mix of startup and corporate technology experience will prove critical to supporting the continued growth in many areas of innovation here in the Valley.”

Zunkowski, who serves on Infusionsoft’s executive team, has more than 20 years of experience, ranging from financial controller to vice president of operations. She is helping to accelerate Infusionsoft’s transformation through leadership development to build a world-class culture of engagement, agility and innovation. Her current areas of responsibility include organizational strategy, recruitment, total rewards (compensation, benefits, financial wellness and well-being), internal communication and employee engagement. Zunkowski is the executive sponsor for Infusionsoft’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee. 

Ken McMahon

McMahon has experience leading various aspects of the end-to-end customer experience, including service delivery, customer care, national operations and sales. He is responsible for all aspects of Vonage’s customer experience, including account management and customer care worldwide. He also leads international operations and expansion for the company’s unified communications business. McMahon joined Vonage from CenturyLink, where he held a number of senior leadership roles with P&L responsibilities and led large organizations encompassing sales, field operations and capital investment.

The Council’s board of directors serve an advisory and fiduciary role by representing the interests of the state’s technology industries in strategic planning and ongoing operations. The board currently includes 37 members representing a diverse set of Arizona-based organizations. 

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