Stacy Martinet
Stacy Martinet
Vice President, Marketing
Stacy Martinet has spent her career at the intersection of marketing, media, and technology.

She is Adobe’s Vice President of Marketing. She leads a global team responsible for internal and external communications, including corporate communications, public affairs, product and customer communications, events, corporate social responsibility, industry analyst relations, as

well as worldwide social media and influencer marketing. She first joined Adobe as Sr. Director of Marketing Strategy and Chief of Staff to the Company’s EVP and Chief Marketing Officer.

Before joining Adobe, Stacy was Chief Marketing Officer of Mashable. She was part of the company’s executive team — taking Mashable from a tech blog to a global consumer internet site. As CMO, she guided the company through explosive growth in users and advertisers, three rounds of funding, and a restructuring while architecting the company's marketing and communications strategy and building an integrated marketing organization across brand and demand generation channels.

Before joining Mashable, she spent nearly a decade in corporate communications and digital marketing at The New York Times during the company’s transition to digital which included a transformation of its journalism approach and the introduction of a digital subscription model. She was part of the team that pioneered the company’s first social media strategy and was recognized with the Chairman’s Award for innovation.

She was named by Folio’s Top Women in Media as a Corporate Visionary, as well as named to PR Week’s 40 Under 40 list. Stacy continues to speak and write about digital trends; her work has appeared in Mashable, The New York Times, Ad Week, ClickZ,, and Cosmopolitan Magazine.

Stacy holds a patent for viral media content and is a member of several boards, including the Adobe Foundation board, the Ad Council board, and her past service to the New York Women in Communications board. Stacy is a graduate of Towson University.