Rokt, the global leader in ecommerce technology, today announced that Holly Aresty, Rokt’s Deputy Chief Commercial Officer, will join industry leaders as a MAKERS board member. MAKERS is a media brand that connects executives at the forefront of diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, impacting real change at work and beyond.
Aresty will join industry leaders such as Deirdre Bigley from Bloomberg, Michelle Klein from Facebook, Tara Levy from Google, Vernā Myers from Netflix, Bo Young Lee from Uber, and more.
Holly remarked on this appointment, “I’m honored to be a part of the MAKERS board. Their mission is so important and aligns with the work we are doing at Rokt everyday. It’s critical for us to support and celebrate diversity at work, and Rokt is committed to accelerating an equitable, diverse and inclusive workplace. I’m looking forward to connecting with accomplished executives across sectors to learn and share how we can all collectively help our organizations champion equity for all.”
“We could not be more thrilled for Holly to represent Rokt this year through the MAKERS network,” said Ja’Nay Hawkins, Head of Partnership Development and DEI Programming. “These are individuals who are demonstrated groundbreakers, advocates, and innovators who are disrupting the way companies traditionally think about female leadership. It is an honor for Holly to join us.”
Rokt continues to invest in strengthening it’s commitment to women and diversity. Rokt’s Chief Commercial Officer, Elizabeth Buchanan recently spoke to B&T about her experience as a woman in the technology industry, and Rokt’s commitment to equality. The company continues to focus on diversity efforts.
Rokt has transformed ecommerce in 16 countries by using machine learning to serve up personalized and relevant experiences when consumers are buying online, unlocking the hidden potential in every Transaction Moment ™.