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Tech Strikes: Portland’s Act-On provides two new execs; Tanium provides public sector SVP; and extra

Gregg Ames, left, and Syed Ahmed, two recent hires at Act-On. (Act-On Photos)

—Act-On, a Portland, Ore.-based marketing automation platform, added Gregg Ames as chief commercial officer and Syed Ahmed as senior vice president of engineering.

Ames previously worked in sales at Marketo, Oracle and Turning.

Ahmed previously was CTO and vice president of engineering at Contiq.

Teddra Burgess. (Tanium Photo)

— Teddra Burgess has been added as Tanium’s senior vice president of the public sector. In the role, Burgess will support public sector organizations, implement IT management and cybersecurity at the Kirkland, Wash.-based cybersecurity and systems management company.

Burgess previously worked for Hewlett Packard, Micro Focus International, SAI Global, and ASG Technologies.

— Karen Brewer has become executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Fabric, an online commerce platform.

Brewer will manage the marketing organization. She most recently was a marketing advisor for the company. She previously was with Cisco, Ellucian and Adobe.

— Mel Sears was named president of HNTB’s Northwest division.

Sears will manage 400 employees for the division and oversee infrastructure programs for highways, rail and transit, and more.

Sears joined HNTB, an engineering and architecture firm earlier this year as a Western Region sales officer.

Jeremy Showalter. (Jeremy Showalter Photo)

— Jeremy Showalter, a Microsoft alum, and Andrew Cho have launched Weave Savings, a fintech focused on savings groups.

Showalter stepped down as CEO of Pique last month, following the acquisition of the AI startup’s intellectual property by Vietnamese payment app MoMo.

Cho, who will serve as Weave Savings’ CPO, was previously director for Tottini Discovery.

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