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Thomas Hansen is joining Carbon Black.

Fresh off of stints as an executive for Microsoft and Dropbox, Thomas Hansen is joining cyber security firm Carbon Black.

Hansen is Carbon Black’s new chief revenue officer and executive vice president, a role that involves accelerating the company’s go-to-market strategy and guiding its cloud efforts.

Before joining Carbon Black, Hansen spent two years as Dropbox’s global vice president of revenue where he helped lead the company through a period of major growth.

Prior to Dropbox, Hansen spent fourteen years at Microsoft. Toward the end of his tenure there, he served as the worldwide vice president of the SMB organization, leading global sales and marketing teams.

Hansen’s career had an unorthodox start. He managed a windsurfing company in Denmark before transitioning to leadership roles at big IT companies. In addition to Denmark (where Hansen was born and raised) he lived in South Africa, Thailand, and Turkey before landing in Seattle.

“As the market leader in endpoint security, Carbon Black is well-positioned to empower customers around the globe to prevent, detect and respond to the most advanced cyber attacks,” Hansen said in a statement. “I am honored to be working with the Carbon Black team as we continue to grow our global footprint and mentor our employees to advance in their careers.”

Kevin Reigelsberger joins VersAccounts.

Kevin Riegelsberger has joined the board of directors of Portland-based VersAccounts, which provides cloud software tools for enterprise resource planning. He is returning to the industry for the first time since founding Epicor, another enterprise software company.

Most recently, Riegelsberger served as president and chief operations officer at Avalara. Reigelsberger has more than 40 years of experience working in software.

Jim Deters is taking on a new role at Galvanize.

Galvanize founder Jim Deters is transitioning out of the role of CEO and taking over as chairman of the board of directors.

He’ll continue to oversee the coding schools, which are headquartered in Denver and have a substantial presence in Seattle.

“His contributions and vision in shaping an inclusive culture and dynamic learning community for anyone with smarts, drive, grit remains our true north,” a Galvanize spokesperson told GeekWire in an email.

Terri DePaoli is joining Onvia as vice president of sales.

Onvia is taking on SaaS and startup vet Terri DePaoli as vice president of sales. She brings more than 20 years of experience in sales roles at business-to-business companies to the new role. Most recently, DePaoli oversaw customer acquisition growth at SAP Concur. Before that, she led sales teams at other SaaS companies, like PayScale and ADP.

“I’m thrilled to be joining Onvia as we roll out new innovations designed to connect business with government across America,” DePaoli said in a statement.

Rob Bangerter is taking on a leadership role at BDA.

Rob Bangerter recently joined Woodinville, Wash.-based BDA as senior director of global sourcing. He has held a variety of leadership roles at consumer companies, including Discovery Bay Games and Cranium Inc. Most recently, he was vice president of product development at Espresso Supply, inc.

Bangerter also spent three years as COO of React Mobile, a company that develops panic buttons and safety software. At BDA, Bangerter will streamline sourcing operations for the merchandising agency.

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