Instructure hires Patricia Molenaar as vice president of sales for EMEA – FE News

Instructure, the leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology company that helps people learn and grow, from their first day of school to their last day of work, announced today (December 17) that Patricia Molenaar has been hired as its Vice President (VP) of Sales for the EMEA region based in France.

Molenaar has recently been recognized as the Top Business Leader 2019 in France at the Action Co Business Awards, the leading French retail business magazine, in part because it emphasizes diversity and inclusion in its teams.

She will lead Instructure’s sales organization in the region, supporting Canvas, the industry-leading learning management platform for educators.

“With an enviable track record, Patricia is ideally positioned to help the regional sales team achieve their growth objectives,” said Kenny Nicholl, Managing Director, EMEA at Instructure.

“Her extensive experience means she will be able to develop a complete and diverse team that fully understands our clients’ challenges and how best to address them. We look forward to her helping our existing and new clients take advantage of the transformational solutions provided by Instructure. »

Molenaar has spent over 25 years working in sales and business development in the technology and HR industries. She has held senior sales positions for industry leading organizations including ADP, Oracle and Element8.

“Instructure has the best of both worlds: game-changing technology and a progressive, mission-driven team that can help businesses and educators deliver compelling and engaging digital learning,” Molenaar commented.

“There is a clear market opportunity ahead as we redouble our focus on education and innovation in the coming year.”

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