Tech Moves: Andy Sack Joins Payability Board; Puppet adds frames; LevelTen Energy is hiring a CCO
– Long-time leader and startup investor in Seattle Andy Bag joined the board of Payability, a New York-based fintech startup. Sack is co-founder and managing partner of Founders’ Co-Op; previously headed Techstars Seattle; founded Lighter Capital; and is currently President of Code Fellows, which he also founded.
Payability is run by a serial entrepreneur Keith smith, who previously co-founded Seattle-based BigDoor, which he sold in 2015. Smith moved to New York and started Payability, which helps online sellers with cash flow and working capital services. He was also the founder and CEO of CyberMortgage and Zango.
– Cloud infrastructure automation startup Puppet continues to expand its leadership team with the promotion of Beth shea to the Director of Clientele and the addition of Trevor Rodriguez as Global Vice President of Professional Services.
Shea joined Puppet in 2019 as SVP of Customer Success and was previously an executive at Veeam Software. Rodriguez was most recently at F5 Networks where he was vice president of global services and engineering services for the EMEA region. He will be based in Puppet’s London office.
– The LevelTen Energy clean energy market promoted Ryan warren to the sales manager. He joined the Seattle startup in 2020 as vice president of marketing. Warren was previously VP of Marketing at EnergySavvy, another clean energy startup that was acquired by Tendril in 2019.