By ExecEdge Editorial Staff
Zeta Global (NYSE: ZETA) has announced it will be adding Jeanine Barnett Silberblatt to the Company’s Board of Directors as a Class I director. Ms. Silberblatt currently serves as Vice President, eCommerce & Digital Marketing of Pottery Barn Teen at Williams-Sonoma, Inc. where she leads all eCommerce and digital marketing initiatives.
The addition of Ms. Silberblatt will support Zeta’s long-term growth goals in the cloud-based marketing space, including its long-term Zeta 2025 plan which outlines its trajectory to $1 billion in revenue (announced in February 2022), as the company continues to help enterprises grow and thrive in a rapidly changing digital ecosystem.
“On behalf of Zeta, I am thrilled to welcome Jeanine to our Board of Directors,” said David A. Steinberg, Zeta’s Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO. “Jeanine’s deep expertise and experience in digital marketing for enterprise brands will be invaluable to us as we continue to innovate, build toward our Zeta 2025 milestones, and support future generations of customers. I look forward to partnering with her as we drive profitability and enhance value for all of Zeta’s shareholders.”
Ms. Silberblatt is a highly accomplished marketing leader, holding a broad spectrum of senior positions at top consumer brands with expertise in finance, retail, and technology verticals, AI-enabled business models, large-scale eCommerce businesses and omnichannel retail providers. Prior to her current role at Williams-Sonoma, Ms. Silberblatt was the Vice President/General Manager, Merchandising & Brand Partnerships at Stockwell AI Inc., and also held leadership positions at Sears Holdings Corporation. Silberblatt started her career as a hedge fund investment analyst at UBS Global Asset Management.
Ms. Silberblatt is also a Founding Member of Chief, a private network designed for senior women leaders to strengthen their leadership journey, and serves on the board of Fashion Incubator San Francisco (FiSF), a non-profit incubator committed to turning fashion apparel designers into successful San Francisco entrepreneurs and employers. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Delaware State University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.