Executive Leadership


Maggie Wilderotter, Interim CEO

Mary Agnes “Maggie” Wilderotter is the interim CEO for DocuSign and has served on the DocuSign board of directors since March 2018. Since August 2016, Ms. Wilderotter has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Grand Reserve Inn, a luxury resort and vineyard.

From November 2004 to April 2016, she served in a number of roles at Frontier Communications Corp. (NASDAQ: FTR), a public telecommunications company, including as Executive Chairman of the board of directors from April 2015 to April 2016; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from January 2006 to April 2015; and President, Chief Executive Officer and a director from 2004 to 2006.

Ms. Wilderotter has served on the boards of directors of Costco Wholesale Corp. (NASDAQ: COST) since October 2015; Tanium Inc. since February 2017; Cadence Design Systems (NASDAQ: CDNS) from June 2017 to April 2019; and Lyft, Inc. since June 2018. She was previously a director of Xerox Corp. (NYSE: XRX) from 2005 to October 2015, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. (NASDAQ: DWA )from October 2015 to November 2016, The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE: PG) from 2009 to October 2015, Juno Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: JUNO) from November 2014 to March 2018, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. (NYSE: HPE) from February 2016 to April 2022.

Ms. Wilderotter received a B.A. in Economics from the College of the Holy Cross.


Steve Shute, President of Worldwide Field Operations

As President of Worldwide Field Operations, Steve is responsible for leading DocuSign’s unified sales and success organization, with a focus on growth and delivering customer impact at scale. Steve brings nearly three decades of experience leading global enterprise sales and success organizations at companies including SAP, IBM and Allscripts. Prior to joining DocuSign, Steve served as the president of Global Sales & GTM for Customer Success at SAP, and was responsible for the largest, most strategic customers and segments as well as SAP’s global partner organization.


Steve also serves as a Board Advisor to Coveo, Project44 and a Board Member of the 2022 Heart of Chicago campaign in affiliation with the American Heart Foundation. He holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business and is a graduate of the University of Dayton.


Inhi Cho Suh, President of Product & Technology

Inhi Cho Suh is the President of Product & Technology for DocuSign. Before joining the DocuSign executive team, Inhi served on the DocuSign board of directors since August 2018.

Prior to joining DocuSign Inhi served as the General Manager of Global Strategic Partnerships at IBM (NYSE: IBM). She previously held other roles at IBM including General Manager of Watson Customer Engagement from January 2018 to January 2020, General Manager for IBM Collaboration Solutions from February 2016 to January 2018, Vice President, Strategy and Business Development from December 2014 to January 2016, and General Manager, Big Data from July 2013 to December 2014. From May 2010 to July 2013, Ms. Suh served as Vice President, Product Management and Strategy, Information Management Software at IBM and as Vice President, Marketing for Information Management Software from December 2007 to May 2010.

Ms. Suh received a B.S. in Biology, History and Women’s Studies from Duke University and a J.D. from North Carolina Central University School of Law.


Cynthia Gaylor, Chief Financial Officer

Appointed CFO in September 2020, Cynthia brings more than 25 years of finance and capital markets experience to DocuSign, with an extensive background in strategy, operations and a deep understanding of enterprise and consumer software.

Prior to the CFO role, Cynthia served as a member of DocuSign’s board and was chair of the audit committee from December 2018 to September 2020. She was also SVP & CFO of Pivotal Software, where she was responsible for leading the global finance and operations teams, including financial planning and analysis, accounting, treasury, corporate development, sales and services operations, investor relations and workplace. Before joining Pivotal, Cynthia led corporate development at Twitter, and before that was a managing director in Morgan Stanley’s technology group.

She holds a B.S. in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.


Jim Shaughnessy, Chief Legal Officer

Jim Shaughnessy is Chief Legal Officer for DocuSign where he is responsible for building, leading and overseeing legal affairs, government relations and risk management for the company.

Jim brings over 25 years of experience representing technology companies across public policy and legal affairs. Prior to DocuSign, he spent 10 years at Workday serving in various roles including General Counsel and Senior Advisor for Corporate Affairs where he was responsible for policy and public affairs and the company’s corporate tech-for-good initiatives. Before that, Jim held General Counsel roles at Orbitz, Lenovo, PeopleSoft, and was Deputy General Counsel at Hewlett Packard. He is also a director on the boards of BSA and Wild Aid.

Jim holds a Juris Doctor degree and a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan, as well as a bachelor’s degree from Northern Michigan University.


Jennifer Christie, Chief People Officer

Jennifer Christie serves as Chief People Officer at DocuSign where she oversees the global human resource function including the company’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, the DocuSign IMPACT Foundation and more. She also plays an active role in the product and go to market strategy for its HR vertical.

Most recently, Jennifer served as Chief People Officer at Bolt, a fintech startup, where she oversaw the HR, Internal Communications, and Real Estate and Workplace teams, and was responsible for Bolt’s Conscious Culture organization focused on transforming corporate culture and defining the future of work. Prior to Bolt, Jennifer was the Chief Human Resources Officer at Twitter where she led the global People as well as the Real Estate and Workplace teams, and worked with the executive team and the board of directors to support the strategic direction of the company.

Jennifer has also held senior roles at American Express including SVP of HR for the Global Consumer Services Group, VP and HR Business Partner for Enterprise Growth Group and Chief Diversity Officer and VP, Global Executive Recruitment. Prior, she was a consultant at a leading executive search firm and also spent two years as a Special Assistant to the President of the United States in the White House Office of Presidential Personnel.

Jennifer is a member of the board of directors for Special Love, a nonprofit organization that supports children with cancer and their families. She received a master’s degree in criminal justice from The George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Cameron Scott, Chief Communications Officer

As Chief Communications Officer, Cameron is responsible for leading the company’s strategic communications, media and analyst relations, brand strategy, campaigns and creative, social media programs, and content marketing globally. He also directs employee and executive communications programs, thought leadership, and talent acquisition marketing executions.

A technology pioneer for 25+ years, Cameron has been at the forefront of innovation, playing a key role in many digital tools and services that are now internet staples, including digital communications, online advertising, and massive-scale service platforms known collectively today as “the cloud.” Before joining DocuSign in 2021, Cameron held roles as Chief Strategist and Chief Brand Officer at website giant GoDaddy and Chief Marketing Officer at legal tech firm LegalShield. Prior to that, he held a variety of senior communications, strategy, and marketing roles at Microsoft, Yahoo! and AT&T Wireless.


Shanthi Iyer, Chief Information Officer

Shanthi Iyer currently serves as the Chief Information Officer at DocuSign. Prior, Shanthi started at Cisco in 1997 as an Oracle DBA, working across the company in multiple infrastructure, services, commerce, sales and supply chain roles—ultimately becoming the chief data officer and SVP of the Data & Analytics group. Before Cisco, she worked at Applied Materials in Santa Clara and MashreqBank in Dubai.

Iyer has been recognized by the Silicon Valley YWCA Tribute to Women and received multiple leadership awards from the Stevie Awards for Women in Business. She holds a B.S. in Math from the University of Madras and a diploma in Computer Science from the National Institute of Information Technology in Chennai. Shanthi also completed MIT’s Supply Chain Leadership Program and the Executive Data Science Program from Northwestern University.


Jerome Levadoux, SVP, Sign

As Chief Product Officer, Jerome oversees DocuSign's overall product strategy and roadmap, and leads the Design, Engineering and Products functions to deliver across key solution offerings including eSignature, CLM, Identity and Verticals. Previously, Jerome served as SVP of Sign and was responsible for DocuSign’s Signature family of products, including eSignature, Real Estate, Notary, Click and Mortgage. Prior to DocuSign, he was the SVP, Products and Marketing at the privately held Recommind Inc. (acquired by OpenText), where he helped develop breakthrough innovations in Machine Learning and Text Analytics for the needs of corporations and government agencies. Jerome has had a successful 20+ years career in Silicon Valley where he has been leading product innovation and growth for industry leaders, such as SAP and Oracle, as well as small innovative companies.

Jerome was born and raised in France. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, a M.S. in Operations Research from the University of California at Berkeley, and an Engineering Degree from Ecole Centrale Paris.


Iesha Berry, Chief DIversity & Engagement Officer

Iesha Berry serves as the DocuSign Vice President and Chief Diversity and Engagement Officer (CDEO). In this role she focuses on leading and accelerating DocuSign’s diversity, inclusion and belonging (DIBs) strategy, as well as DocuSign IMPACT and sustainability efforts. Iesha and her team will support continued amplification and impact of employee resource groups, inclusive talent development along with diverse pipeline sourcing and outreach.

Iesha brings more than 20 years of experience in human resources, diversity, equity and inclusion. Most recently, Iesha served as the first Chief Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Officer for Slalom where she led the company’s diversity and inclusion programs, as well as its environmental, social responsibility, and sustainability efforts. Prior to her work at Slalom, Iesha was the Senior Vice President of Market and Site Human Resources at Bank of America and previously served as a HR Executive for the Retirement, Business Controls and Operational Excellence teams as well as Head of Diversity and Inclusion for BofA’s Wealth Management division. In addition, Iesha has served in a variety of related global roles across various companies and industries including Pfizer, Microsoft and Prudential Financial.

Prior to starting her professional career, Iesha earned an M.A. in HR/Industrial Relations from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, a B.A. in Psychology from Tougaloo College in Mississippi, and received a Diversity Practitioner/Advanced Practitioner certification from Cornell University.


Loren Alhadeff, Chief Revenue Officer

Loren Alhadeff is Chief Revenue Officer at DocuSign. Loren joined DocuSign in 2008 bringing with him a breadth of experience in Technology Sales Leadership, Strategy and Operations.

During his tenure at DocuSign, Loren has been actively involved in building the global sales infrastructure as well as designing and building the company’s direct sales team. He is currently responsible for driving growth across all routes to market globally and is widely credited for developing the sales organization into one of the most respected teams in the industry today.

Loren holds Bachelor’s Degree from Occidental College, and remains active with several boards and universities where he has built formalized business internship programs to help inspire tomorrow’s leaders.


Jessica Fergueson, Chief Trust and Security Officer

As Chief Information Security Officer at DocuSign, Jessica Ferguson is responsible for trust and security initiatives at the company, including the protection of information important to DocuSign. Jessica is also tasked with protecting the valuable information and agreements personal to its one million customers, and for ensuring the overall cyber resiliency of the company. Prior to being appointed CISO, Jessica served as Deputy CISO at DocuSign, leading the technical functions of the Trust and Security Team.

Jessica has more than 20 years of experience in IT and Information Security across security architecture, incident response, and threat intelligence programs. Prior to joining DocuSign, Jessica held various senior IT and security roles, including the Director of Threat Defense at Alaska Airlines and leading international security teams at F5 Networks and ServiceNow.

Jessica previously served on the board of the Aviation Intelligence Sharing and Analysis Center (A-ISAC), where she helped build public-private partnerships to secure the aviation industry.


Kamal Hathi, Chief Technology Officer

With over 25 years of experience leading technology and product teams at startups and global organizations alike, Kamal oversees the development and execution of DocuSign's technology roadmap. Prior to joining DocuSign, Hathi was chief product and technology officer at Trader Interactive, an online vehicle and commercial equipment marketplace provider. Before that he spent more than two decades at Microsoft—most recently as GM for its SaaS analytics and business intelligence solution, Power BI.

Hathi also sits on the boards of Trader Interactive and Slickdeals. He has a M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and a B.S. in Electronics Engineering from M.S. University of Baroda.


Robin Joy, SVP, Global Alliances & Partner Development

As Senior Vice President of Global Alliances and Partner Development, Robin is responsible for developing strategic partnerships which drive growth and transform the agreement process.

In her prior role, Robin built DocuSign’s high-velocity Digital business, introducing millions to DocuSign via a compelling web experience and award-winning mobile apps. In 2015 Robin launched the DocuSign Women employee resource group and continues to serve as executive sponsor. She serves on the board of Acumatica and as an executive-in-residence for Bessemer Venture Partners. Prior to joining DocuSign in 2012, Robin held leadership positions at companies including Intuit, Caring.com, and Clorox. She is known for developing go-to-market strategies that lead to sustainable, long-term growth while successfully driving quarterly results.

Robin graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College and received her MBA from Stanford University. She was awarded a Rotary Scholarship to the University of Melbourne, where she received an MA with honors in Women’s Studies.


Steve Krause, SVP of Strategy and Product Marketing

As SVP of Strategy and Product Marketing, Steve owns the positioning and messaging for DocuSign's products, category, and strategy.

Steve has more than 20 years of product marketing and product management experience. Prior to joining DocuSign, he was Group Vice President of Product Management at Oracle, leading product management for the Oracle Marketing Cloud. He joined Oracle as a result of the company’s acquisition of Responsys, where Steve was Senior Vice President of Product Management. Earlier in his career, Steve led one of the Internet’s first consumer research projects (iVALS at SRI International), co-founded two companies (Personify, ExactChoice), and created and led a business within a public company (CNET Intelligent Cross-Sell at CBS Interactive). His products have won numerous awards, and he has appeared in media ranging from The Wall Street Journal to TIME to a variety of industry publications.


Tom Casey, SVP of Engineering

As the SVP of Engineering at DocuSign, Tom leads the development and operations of the company’s eSignature applications and Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform.

Driven by a passion for changing the way people work through innovation, Tom has more than 25 years of experience as a senior executive and technology entrepreneur.

After beginning his career at smaller startups in the Seattle area, Tom spent 16 years at Microsoft where he worked on server and cloud products, finishing his tenure as Vice President of Microsoft’s Commerce Division. Tom returned to his startup roots in 2013 as co-founder and advisor at 9Mile Labs and later served as Vice President of Platform and Infrastructure engineering at Apptio before joining DocuSign. Tom holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona.