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Marvell CFO Jean Hu Joins Fortinet Board of Directors
Ken Xie, CEO, founder and Chairman of the Board at Fortinet
“We are pleased to have Jean join the Fortinet Board of Directors. With the addition of Jean, and her deep experience and focus on financial success, Fortinet will greatly benefit as the company continues to execute on its goals. I am confident that her addition to the Board will be a key contributor to successfully executing on our continued growth strategy.”
Fortinet® (NASDAQ: FTNT), a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, today announced the addition of Jean Hu to the company’s Board of Directors, adding further depth and expertise to the Board.
Hu, a 20-year finance career veteran and currently CFO at Marvell Semiconductor, will bring her financial planning and strategy execution expertise to bear for Fortinet. At Marvell Semiconductor, in addition to being the senior financial executive to lead financial planning and strategy, she is also responsible for accounting and reporting, treasury and tax, as well as investor relations. Prior to Marvell Semiconductor, she was CFO and Senior Vice President of QLogic Corp and served as acting CEO during two transformational periods in the company’s history. She was also CFO of Conexant Systems Inc. Further, Hu’s prior financial and executive experience includes focusing on strategy, corporate development, merger and acquisition execution.
“I look forward to working with the team at Fortinet to continue the company’s better-than-market growth. Fortinet has a long-standing track record of execution and of leading important cybersecurity innovations. With its exceptional engineering team, ground-breaking products and technology, strong customer focus, and global reach, the company is well positioned to continue to further grow its footprint and market position.” — Jean Hu, CFO at Marvell Semiconductor
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