Stacy Martinet is the Chief Marketing Officer of Mashable and sits on the company’s Operating Committee, which directs the company’s strategy, planning and operations.
Stacy leads integrated marketing and communications, including brand, social media, corporate communications, external affairs, events and the company's social good commitment. Since joining Mashable in December 2010 the company has expanded globally, doubling its social media following and helping to foster the Social Good Summit, which has become a global movement with participation from 100 countries around the world.
She has spent her career at the intersection of media, technology and social media. Before joining Mashable, Stacy spent nearly a decade in corporate communications and digital marketing at The New York Times. She was part of the team that launched their first social media strategy. While at The Times, she was recognized multiple times with the company's Chairman's Award. In 2012, Stacy was named the youngest member of PR Week’s “40 Under 40.”
She occasionally writes for Mashable about marketing trends, and has contributed to The New York Times and Cosmopolitan Magazine. Over her career Stacy has interviewed notable scholars and public officials, including Noble Prize Winner Muhammad Yunnus, Kandeh Yumkella, Chairman of UN Energy, and Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, under-secretary general of the UN and Director of UN Women.
Stacy sits on the Board of Directors of New York Women in Communications and Plant-A-Fish, an oceanographic and ecological health non-profit. She is a graduate of Towson University.