We’re excited to announce that Quentin Clark is joining Dropbox as our SVP of Engineering, Product, and Design. In this role, he will lead strategy and execution across these teams. Quentin has deep experience in SaaS, with 22 years of product leadership roles, overseeing billion-dollar businesses at Microsoft and, more recently, SAP. His work with business applications, large scale infrastructure, and machine learning will be invaluable as we continue to scale.
We’re thrilled to announce that Nicholas Jitkoff is joining Dropbox as our VP of Design! Nicholas joins us from Google where he led the work of the Material Design team, iterating with product groups across the company to create a coherent design language for Google’s suite of products.
We’re thrilled to welcome Carolyn Feinstein to Dropbox as our Chief Marketing Officer.
We’re excited to share that Aditya Agarwal, our current VP of Engineering, will be taking on the role of CTO. In this new position, Aditya will lead our innovation efforts while continuing to manage our world-class product engineering team. Arash Ferdowsi, our co-founder who’s served as CTO to date, will continue to focus his day-to-day activities on helping Dropbox scale as a company and business.
I’d like to share the news that Ajay Vashee will be our new CFO starting September 1. He’ll succeed Vanessa Wittman, who’s stepping down for health reasons.
Following recent additions to our Sales and Product leadership, we’re thrilled to announce our own Akhil Gupta is being promoted to VP of Infrastructure and joining our executive team. Over the past three years, Akhil’s been indispensable to Dropbox — scaling our infrastructure as our user base has grown eightfold to over 400 million.