We're excited to welcome Lorrie Norrington as a OneSignal board advisor!
Norrington will advise on strategy, the scaling of our operating model, our go-to-market motion, as well as positioning with strategic partners. She brings a strong background in product-led software as a service (SaaS) businesses and has broad experience working with growth and Fortune 500 companies. Norrington currently serves on the board of directors of four public companies, including HubSpot, Autodesk, Colgate-Palmolive, and Asana. She also previously served on the boards of directors of Eventbrite, Shopping.com, Lucasfilm, and DIRECTV.
Accolades & Expertise
In addition to her impressive resume as a board adviser, Norrington has been an operating partner of Lead Edge Capital Management, LLC since 2012. Before joining Edge Capital Management, she was the President of Global eBay Marketplaces, where she ran eBay businesses in roughly 40 countries. Prior to joining eBay, she was the chief executive officer of Shopping.com, held senior positions at Intuit, and led a variety of businesses at General Electric Company over a twenty-year period.
Upon her latest board appointment, Norrington expressed overwhelming confidence in OneSignal and enthusiasm about the future:
“OneSignal’s mobile-first messaging reach is an area where many large companies have a capability gap. OneSignal demonstrates exceptionally strong product-lead growth and customer centricity. The world is changing, and OneSignal is the clear leader with a mobile-first vision that has unified customer messaging across multiple channels.”
Our CEO and co-founder, George Deglin, is equally excited to have Norrington's insight and expertise on the OneSignal team:
“We are honored to have Lorrie join the OneSignal team as a board advisor. Her vast experience with product-led businesses at both startups and as a board member of platform companies like Asana, HubSpot, and Autodesk have given her a perspective that is best in class. We look forward to her expert guidance in helping us scale our operations and strengthen our go-to-market efforts.”