BOSTON, May 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, meQuilibrium announced that Scott Fillenworth has been appointed to the role of Executive Vice President, Sales and Business Development. As market demand increases, Scott will be responsible for driving the commercial operation and ensuring meQuilibrium's sales model remains to scale.
"meQuilibrium has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, and we're excited for the next stage of success under Scott's energizing and expert leadership," said Jan Bruce, CEO and co-founder of meQuilibrium. "Besides being a great fit with our target customers and a master of the world-class sales process we need to follow to further scale our business, Scott embraces our culture and purpose."
Scott joins meQuilibrium with more than two decades of sales leadership experience, having most recently served as Vice President, Eastern U.S. and Canada, of Skillsoft, where he was responsible for an $80 million revenue business unit. Prior to his role at Skillsoft, Scott worked in roles such as EVP, Sales and Marketing for BrightWork, and before that, was an integral member of the founding team that transformed LRN from a provider of contract legal research to a legal knowledge services provider, growing from $0 to $40 million in bookings over the course of two years.
"I'm thrilled to be joining the meQuilibrium team," said Scott. "I've witnessed firsthand the importance of possessing resilience in the workplace. So, I'm incredibly excited for the opportunity to expand meQuilibrium's impact, improving the personal and professional lives of our customers' employees' through better health, engagement and productivity."
Scott received his Bachelor of Arts in American Studies at Middlebury College where he served as captain of the Middlebury Varsity Ice Hockey team.
meQuilibrium is a digital coaching solution that helps users build resilience, beat stress and adopt healthy behaviors for life. The clinically validated, HIPAA-compliant platform delivers an individualized experience to improve outcomes for employers, health plans, wellness providers and consumers. meQuilibrium services two key markets: large enterprises, eager to stem the estimated $300 billion they lose each year in employee absenteeism and lost productivity due to stress, and payors and health plans seeking to drive differentiation and innovation in an era of consumer-driven healthcare. To learn more about meQuilibrium, visit www.mequilibrium.com.
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