David Rennyson Named New President and COO of Angel.com
Angel.com today named David Rennyson as its president and chief operating officer, following the resignation of former president Michael Zirngibl.
Rennyson takes over “effective immediately” according to Angel.com and is responsible for the company's business, product, and technology strategies. He brings nearly two decades of experience in sales, marketing, and operations to his new position.
Prior to his promotion, Rennyson worked for two years as vice president of sales at Angel.com, helping the company achieve nearly 60 percent year-on-year revenue growth.
Rennyson—who was unavailable for comment—said in a statement: “Angel.com is an innovative company with extremely talented and dedicated employees and a highly diverse and extensive enterprise customer base. I am excited about this new opportunity and look forward to leading Angel.com in its next growth phase as we continue to innovate, solve new and interesting customer problems, and accelerate the growth of this remarkable business.”
Before joining Angel.com, Rennyson worked as vice president of sales and as vice president of marketing for Spirent Communications. At Spirent, he developed and launched the company’s IP services and field force management solutions. Additionally, he formulated account strategies and designed solutions for large telecommunications carriers such as Verizon, BellSouth, Cincinnati Bell, TelMex, and Puerto Rico Telecom.
Rennyson’s impressive resume includes an undergraduate degree in economics from James Madison University, a master’s degree in information technology from the Engineering and Computer Science Colleges of University College in London, and an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. He also managed operations, marketing, engineering, and business development functions at Zephion, Broadband Office, and Bell Atlantic.
Representatives for Angel.com declined to comment on Zirngibl’s resignation or Rennyson’s promotion to president and chief operating officer.