Emilia D’Anzica, MBA, PMP, is the founder of GrowthMolecules, a management consulting firm focused on customer success and customer marketing. She was previously Chief Customer Officer at Copper and Vice President of Customer Engagement at WalkMe, leading customer success, support, training, renewals, community, and account growth.
Kristi is currently the VP of Customer Success at ClientSuccess, a customer success platform that helps SaaS companies manage customers and reduce churn. She specializes in building out customer success at hyper-growth companies on their way to $100M in ARR, and has built teams with as few as 3 and as many as 36 CSMs. Kristi has previously led Customer Success at IntelliShift, an Industrial IoT and Fleet Operations Management provider, BetterCloud, a SaaSOps platform for IT professionals, and Sisense, a business intelligence software company and is a founding member of Gain Grow Retain, a community for Customer Success Leaders.
Maranda is currently Chief Customer Officer at Swiftly, a provider of enterprise software for transit agencies. She’s previously built customer success from scratch four times, growing teams of up to 15-20 CSMs. Maranda has worked at companies like Lending Club, HelloSign, Castlight Health, and Pared. Maranda is also a customer success advisor for organizations including CSM Practice and the University of San Francisco School of Management.
Boaz currently serves as Chief Customer Officer at Talech, an SMB point of sale software provider. He’s previously led customer success at OpenGov, a provider of core operating software for local governments, Mashery, an enterprise API management platform (acquired by Intel), newScale, an enterprise ERP4IT software provider (acquired by Cisco) and FreeMarkets, the innovator of B2B reverse auctions (IPO). Boaz has experience launching brand new customer success teams, as well as scaling the function to lead teams of more than 200 across customer success, support, and Professional Services/implementation, and Knowledge Mgt/Training.
Many authors have areas of expertise that have not (yet) been written into full guides.