Director - CEO, CRO, Global Tech Exec
Nada Stirratt is a seasoned executive whose career spans two decades of leadership in media, technology and entertainment. Serving at the helm of companies, business units and sales organizations, Stirratt has driven rapid transformation and profitable growth. Creating high-performance cultures, cohesive leadership teams, and a focus on execution are core to Stirratt’s success. She has played integral roles in three mergers, numerous acquisitions and several capital raises.
For the past six years, Nada Stirratt was Vice President, Global Business Group, at Meta where she led partnerships with advertisers and agencies across The Americas – for all of Meta’s offerings including Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Marketplace.
Prior to Meta, Nada was chief executive officer of Verve Mobile, a venture-backed global, location-based mobile technology platform. Under her leadership, the company more than doubled its revenue, expanded oversees, made two strategic acquisitions and raised over $30M. Nada joined Verve from Acxiom (ACXM), where she served as the company’s first chief revenue officer leading a global team responsible for the company’s sales, operations, consulting and analytics practices.
Before Acxiom, Nada was the chief revenue officer of MySpace, playing an integral role in the social network’s sale to Specific Media in 2011. Before joining News Corp., Nada was executive vice president at Viacom, where she oversaw sales, strategy and operations across the MTV Networks digital portfolio.
Nada joined MTV Networks from Advertising.com, where she led the successful sale of Advertising.com to AOL in 2004. Nada joined Advertising.com from Moviefone, where she was senior vice president of advertising. Upon the company’s sale to AOL in 1999, Nada became vice president of business development at AOL.
Nada serves as a director on the boards of BlueStar Families, a 501C3 that supports US military families during the difficult time of deployment, and the Interactive Advertising Bureau. She has been named to CableWorld’s Most Powerful Women, Business Insider’s Most Powerful Women in Mobile, and was awarded the Ad:Tech Industry Achievement Award.
Nada holds a B.S. in advertising from the University of Illinois and lives in New Canaan, CT with her husband Avery. She is based in New York City.