US-based digital technology consulting and services company Brillio has appointed Jennifer N. Harris to its Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Harris joins Brillio as their first female board member and brings with her more than twenty years of experience managing financial and operational infrastructure for high-growth enterprise software and SaaS companies.
Most recently, Harris served as Chief Financial Officer of Q2 Holdings Inc, a provider of secure, cloud-based solutions.
Harris has spearheaded tremendous company growth and directed domestic and foreign mergers throughout her career. She has been involved in five initial public offerings while in her various operating roles. Earlier this year, as a member of the board, she advised Brilliant Earth, a digitally-native, omnichannel leader in ethically-sourced fine jewellery.
“Jennifer Harris has developed a remarkable track record of helping scale revenue for innovative technology companies and has helped them reach significant financial milestones. We are proud to welcome her to our Board of Directors,” Raj Mamodia, Founder and CEO of Brillio, said.
“Jennifer brings financial acumen and strategic expertise to our board, and will be a vital advisor as we continue to pursue our growth strategies in 2022 and beyond,” he added.
Prior to Q2 Holdings, Harris was the Interim Corporate Controller for Blackbaud Inc. She was the vice president, corporate controller, and chief accounting officer at Convio, a provider of SaaS constituent engagement solutions before it was acquired by Blackbaud. She also served in various financial management roles at Motive Inc, a provider of service management software for broadband and mobile data services.
“I am thrilled to join the Brillio Board of Directors and support the company during this period of strategic growth. I look forward to offering my experience and insight to this team of trendsetters as they continue to deliver impactful digital transformation solutions for their enterprise customers around the globe,” Harris said.