Yahoo’s Chief Marketing Officer To Leave Yahoo

Marketing Chief Leaving Yahoo from BoomTown reports that Cammie Dunaway, Yahoo’s Chief Marketing Officer, has decided to leave Yahoo in pursuit of new opportunities.

Dunaway was appointed the Chief Marketing Officer on June 4, 2003. Her responsibilities over at Yahoo included global branding and marketing efforts, consumer insights, user experience and design, editorial, policy and customer care. In 2006, she was named the “Marketer of the Year” by the Direct Marketing Association (DMA). Her last day at Yahoo will be November 2, 2007. More coverage can be found at Techmeme.

Yahoo has sent me an official statement:

Since joining Yahoo! in 2003, Cammie has built an award winning direct marketing team; improved the company’s customer insights; and found creative ways to improve our brand. Cammie has strengthened the Marketing function and built a strong bench of creative talent. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors and thank her for her leadership, dedication and all that she has contributed to Yahoo!

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