Abel Clark joined Cision in 2020 as the Chief Executive Officer, where he oversees the executive management team across all business operations globally. Prior to joining Cision, Abel was CEO and Chairman of TruSight, a start-up backed by leading financial services companies, established to transform third party risk management. Under his leadership the business achieved rapid market adoption and customer expansion, positioning the company for long-term success.
Previously, Abel was the Global Managing Director of Thomson Reuters’ $5.5bn Financial division, serving 40,000 customers in over 100 countries. His focus on strategic growth opportunities, resource reallocation, business simplification and the shift from a product focus to a customer-led platform business resulted in an increased organic growth rate and substantial margin expansion. Prior to his role in the Financial division, Clark ran the $1.8bn trading systems business, Marketplaces, during which time he led the turnaround and re-positioning of the global foreign exchange business to achieve market leadership and sustainable growth. Earlier, he was the Chief Strategy Officer for Thomson Reuters Corporation and member of the Executive Committee.
Abel holds an MBA from London Business School and a Master’s degree in Engineering from the University of Southampton, England.
With more than 15 years of accounting and finance experience working in consulting and corporate, Prasant Gondipalli oversees Cision's finance and accounting functions as Chief Financial Officer.
Prior to Cision, Gondipalli was Senior Vice President of Portfolio Operations at Platinum Equity. He was also Senior Vice President Transformation at Key Energy Services, and Vice President, Corporate Controller/Treasurer/Business Transformation at BlueLine Rental. Before moving to corporate, Gondipalli worked in Alvarez & Marsal’s restructuring practice.
Gondipalli is a CPA and received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Emory University. He resides in Chicago with his wife and children.
Kristie Scott has more than 20 years of experience as in-house counsel to technology companies. As General Counsel, Scott is responsible for structuring and negotiating a broad range of technology and corporate agreements, including software licenses, partnerships, vendor contracts, and acquisition documents, as well as advising the company and its board of directors on corporate governance issues and M&A.
Prior to joining Cision in 2004 via Vocus, Scott worked as in-house counsel to Aether Systems, Inc., a wireless technology company, and Credit Management Solutions, a credit processing software provider. Prior to receiving her JD, she developed and programmed various software applications in the defense, time management and recording, and credit processing industries.
Scott graduated from Bucknell University with a B.S. in computer science and engineering and earned her JD from the University of Baltimore School of Law. She lives with her husband and two sons in Maryland.
Maggie Lower joined Cision in 2020 as the Chief Marketing Officer, where she is responsible for day-to-day leadership of the Marketing organization and all of the company’s marketing efforts. In her role, she is focused on scaling leads, growing the Cision brand and driving execution against mid and long-term goals.
Prior to joining Cision, Maggie was the first Chief Marketing Officer at TrueBlue, where she led the company’s digital, brand marketing, innovation, and communications strategies for each of its brands. She has also held previous marketing leadership positions at Alight and Aon Hewitt, and spent 15 years at Bank of America, leading development of go-to-market plans.
In addition to her expertise as a marketing leader, Maggie is also a strong cultural leader, advocating for LGBTQ+ causes and building mentor programs to drive diversity and inclusion in the workplace. She has been recognized by numerous industry associations and peer groups for her work and advocacy.
Maggie is a graduate of Hamilton College and earned her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She currently lives in Chicago and volunteers as member of the Peer 150 Marketing Advisory Board and also as a mentor for The Marketing Academy US, helping develop and nurture top talent within the Marketing, Advertising, and Communications industries.
As President of Cision Insights, Timo Thomann-Rompf plays a lead role in the company’s innovation engine through the creation and deployment of Cision Insights’ portfolio of integrated services for monitoring, analyzing and interpreting social and traditional media.
Thomann-Rompf has nearly 20 years of experience in communication research and consulting, with a strong understanding of various markets throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. He joined PRIME Research in 2000, where he served as Director of Automotive in Mainz, Germany, and later was tasked with overseeing operations in the Americas.
Thomann-Rompf holds a Masters of Arts in Political Science, having studied Political Science, Sociology and Public Law at Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz, University of Trier and at Instituts d'études politiques / Sciences Po in Bordeaux, France.
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