Erroin Martin joins Archipelago as Chief Revenue Officer and Sarah Mears Kim as Chief Financial & Business Officer

Erroin Martin joins Archipelago as Chief Revenue Officer and Sarah Mears Kim as Chief Financial & Business Officer

(US and Canada) Archipelago, an AI-driven technology platform has named Erroin Martin and Sarah Mears Kim to their executive team. Martin joins the company as Chief Revenue Officer and Kim as Chief Financial & Business Officer.

Erroin Martin joins the company as an experienced revenue leader, having managed international business, finance, planning, and business development, as well as over ten years in enterprise technology sales. Martin will lead sales, marketing, customer support, corporate development, and RevOps for Archipelago. Prior to joining, Martin served as Vice President at Wire, an encrypted communications software company. He’s also served as Senior Vice President of Sales at two prior AI companies, Qordoba and Conversica. Martin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Gonzaga University.

Sarah Kim joins Archipelago with more than twenty years of experience as an investor and operator in technology, insurance and financial services. Kim will lead all aspects of financial management for the company, including financial planning and analysis, corporate development, capital raising, legal, and accounting. She will be partnering with the CEO and founders on corporate strategy, business models and partnerships. Before joining Archipelago, Kim was the Senior Director of the Investment Strategy Group at ICONIQ Capital, where she led investing efforts in private equity and venture capital. Sarah also served on the Board of Directors for ABR Re, a Bermuda-based insurance carrier. Sarah previously served as the Vice President of Finance at The Climate Corporation, an insurance technology company. Earlier in her career, Sarah worked in Corporate Development at Willis, the third largest global insurance broker.

Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Computer Science from Stanford University and a Master’s in Business Administration from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

The Archipelago platform enables large commercial property owners to connect, manage and analyze detailed and high-quality risk and insurance data about their insured exposures and communicate and securely share these data and insights with their insurance brokers and carriers across the market. Underwriters use this enriched, verified commercial property data to evaluate the risk as they write commercial property insurance, better facilitate analysis and drive better decision making by all parties (insurance buyers, brokers and carriers) throughout the property life cycle.

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