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Stacey Epstein

Stacey is an acclaimed enterprise software veteren having helped build, grow and exit iconic SaaS brands, including SuccessFactors and ServiceMax. At SuccessFactors, Stacey helped lead the team from $10m -> $150m in revenue and was instrumental in the company’s IPO in 2007, as well as the subsequent acquisition by SAP for $3.4b. At ServiceMax, Stacey joined the founding team at <$1m ARR and lead the marketing function through 6 years of triple digit growth and a $1b acquisition by GE. Most recently Stacey was CEO of Zinc, a real-time communication app for field service workers, which was acquired by ServiceMax in 2019. Now Stacey is back in the family, helping the ServiceMax Phoenix to rise again.

Stacey was a four-time, first year all-conference soccer player at Emory University. She now considers herself a has-been on the field, but still loves to ski the steeps with her young daughters and cheer her husband as he coaches the local HS basketball team (Go Dons!) Stacey is a fierce advocate for women and parents in the workplace and believes no one should have to choose between having a big job or being a great parent. She has published numerous articles in Fast Company, Recode, Fortune, Forbes, among others.

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Articles & Videos

October 22, 2018

Women Of The C-Suite: "It's Us and Us, Not Us and Them"

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September 11, 2018

Why Women CEOs Have A Competitive Edge

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August 31, 2018

How to Drive Concrete Change in a World Where Unequal Pay Is Still the Norm

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August 22, 2018

An Elevator Pitch, But Not For An 88-Story Building

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April 10, 2018

On Equal Pay Day, Vow to Hire More Moms

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November 30, 2017

Take it from a women who has worked in tech for 25 years: this is no witch hunt

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July 11, 2017

Hiring women to work at my tech company taught me a hard truth about fixing the wage gap

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September 9, 2016

Most tech is made by tech companies for tech people

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June 5, 2013

6 things I learned from a Notoriously Insane Innovator

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Steve Ballmer and the Problem with Rock Star CEOs

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June 5, 2014

5 post-graduation tips for aspiring women leaders

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July, 2014

How to develop the one leadership trait that trumps them all

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September 2014

Goalkeeping taght me everything I needed to know to succeed in business

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November 2014

Stop pouting and other advice to women who want to succeed in business

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July 7, 2012

5 Reasons Your Company Needs More Moms

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June 2012

Fending off the Creeps: How to Avoid Sexual Harassment

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July 2, 2012

Kids & Career: 5 Ways to Have it All

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December 19, 2012

The Rockstar Test: 6 Interview Questions to Ask

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November 3, 2014

What You Must Look for When Hiring Your First Head of Marketing

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July 30, 2015

Why the Traditional Ad Agency is a Dying Breed

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April 21, 21017

Keeping the Balance - 7 Tips

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December 13, 2016

Are Millennial Women Entitled? Yes, and that's a great thing!

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October 17, 2014

You Know Your Company Needs More Women, But Do You Know Why?

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July 3, 2014

CMO Files: Stacey Epstein, CMO, ServiceMax

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May 29, 2018

An Office Pool Table Isn't How You Win that "Top Millennial Talent"

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July 28, 2017

Is Communication the Key Ingredient for Disruption?

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May, 2014

Bring Back Bossy: Sheryl Sandberg is wrong about this one

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Emergence Playbook, Jason Green with Stacey Epstein, CEO of Zinc

Minds + Machines: The Innovation Front Door

Zinc - Communication Technology For The Deskless Worker

My Generation Panel

Stacey Epstein, CEO @ Zinc Shares What CEOs Most Often Get Wrong About CMOs

 

Awards

Crunchbase Women Who Crushed it in 2017

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Emory Entrepreneur Award - 2017

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Albuquerque Academy Alumni Award - 2017

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