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Vanessa Pegueros. (OneLogin Photo)

Identity management startup OneLogin hired Vanessa Pegueros, the former chief information security officer of DocuSign and Expedia, to lead global information security. Pegueros, who stepped down from DocuSign in April, also previously led information security at US Bank and is a venture partner at Flying Fish Partners.

“Organizations today deal with a constantly-shifting landscape of security challenges, including everything from sophisticated hacks to simple, poor internal security decisions. These issues continue to erode the public’s overall trust in how companies use technology to handle important data,” Pegueros said in a statement. “OneLogin’s CEO Brad Brooks and his team are helping the enterprise with these challenges by providing solutions that enable access seamlessly and securely while allowing our customers to continue along the path to digital transformation.”

Brooks, a Microsoft veteran, previously worked with Pegueros at DocuSign, where Brooks was chief of marketing. OneLogin is headquartered in San Francisco and opened an engineering office in Redmond, Wash. last year. It employs 30 people at the office, which just expanded to accommodate for growth. Nearly half of the company’s exec team is in Redmond. OneLogin raised $100 million in January and competes with Seattle-area unicorn Auth0.

Ryan Holmes. (Hootsuite Photo)

Hootsuite CEO and founder Ryan Holmes is stepping down after 11 years at the Vancouver, B.C.-based social media management startup. 

“It’s been an honour of my lifetime to lead Hootsuite from a small company to a global enterprise of more than 1,000 employees supporting over 200,000 organizations,” Holmes wrote on LinkedIn. “I’m extremely proud of what our world-class team has built together and am even more excited about what the future holds.”

Holmes will transition to the role of executive chairman after Hootsuite finds a new CEO.

Chris Purcell. (PEMCO Photo)

Former Vulcan executive Chris Purcell is the new chief information officer at PEMCO Mutual Insurance. In addition to serving as vice president of technology at Vulcan, a holding company started by the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, Purcell was CTO at McKinstry and an alum of Leadership Tomorrow, a civic organization in Seattle.

“PEMCO is uniquely positioned to merge award-winning customer service and proven underwriting discipline with emerging telematics, data analytics and applied intelligence technologies to further transform insurance delivery,” Purcell said in a statement.

Scott Javor. (Rhapsody Photo)

Scott Javor became the chief financial officer at Napster parent company Rhapsody. Former CFO Randy Haas ended his time at the company in September, according to his LinkedIn.

Javor was most recently a managing director at FTI Consulting and FTI Capital Advisors; he served as a vice president at GE Capital Advisors prior to that.

“It is clear to me that Napster has a strong brand, a committed team, supportive and engaged clients and has consistently defined the industry with its innovation,” Javor said in a statement. “As the streaming audio industry continues its growth trajectory I look forward to helping the experienced leadership team manage and maximize that opportunity.”

Mike McCardle. (Koverse Photo)

Mike McCardle signed on with Koverse as senior director of engineering. A Navy veteran, McCardle most recently led software development at F5 Networks and held senior engineering roles at Cray, Intel, and RLX Technologies, which was acquired by HP.

“The growth potential for Koverse is huge. I’m excited to be joining Koverse at a time when its technology is providing essential innovation in a growing market,” said McCardle.

Launched three years ago with $4 million in funding, Seattle-based Koverse is a data intelligence startup that counts the U.S. government, global biopharmaceutical companies, and PwC among its customers.

Amy Falcone landed a year-long contract with Renton, Wash.-based Wizards of the Coast as a graphic designer working on the Dungeons and Dragons franchise. Falcone is an illustrator and designer who also worked as a partner at Seattle startup studio Madrona Venture Labs. She has amassed a following in part through online shows Strip Search by Penny Arcade and The ‘C’ Team by Acquisitions Incorporated.

Amazon-owned streaming platform Twitch hired Lou Garate as global head of sponsorships sales based in the company’s New York office. Twitch signaled that it’s getting more serious about the esports industry in hiring Garate, who formerly led partnership marketing at NASCAR.

Robert Brenner. (Comcast Photo)

Former Outreach and T-Mobile executive Robert Brenner joined Comcast Business as vice president for the Washington state market. Brenner was a sales leader at billion-dollar startup Outreach and a senior director at T-Mobile. He also served in the U.S. Army as a captain.

“I’m happy to be joining Comcast in one of the most innovative business technology regions in the country. I look forward to helping businesses across Washington state find the right connectivity, technology and solutions to achieve their goals,” Brenner said in a statement. “We are committed to providing every customer with the very best products and services coupled with personalized, dedicated support when they need it.”

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