Ellie Mae (ELLI) is promoting two of its own into executive vice president roles. The company announced this week that it is promoting Cathleen Schreiner Gates to executive vice president of sales and marketing and Joseph Tyrrell to executive vice president of corporate strategy.

Both now become officers of the company as well, Ellie Mae said in a release.

Prior to her promotion, Schreiner Gates (pictured above) served as senior vice president of sales and client services since February 2012, overseeing all sales, client management, professional services, customer support and training.

Tyrrell (pictured below) joined Ellie Mae in 2002. Most recently he held the position of senior vice president of corporate strategy, overseeing Ellie Mae’s business and corporate development efforts involving the company’s network of current and potential business partners and merger and acquisition strategies.

Earlier in his time at Ellie Mae, Tyrrell served as the company’s senior vice president of client management and business development.

“I am pleased to announce the promotions of Cathleen Schreiner Gates and Joe Tyrrell, two key members of our leadership team, to executive vice president,” said Jonathan Corr, president and CEO of Ellie Mae.Joseph Tyrrell

“Both Joe and Cathleen have been instrumental in the tremendous growth of Ellie Mae,” Corr continued. “We have entered 2015 well positioned to continue to grow market share and revenues, and I have great confidence in their abilities to help us continue to advance our leadership position in the mortgage technology industry, to support our customers, further differentiate the company, and to deliver on our plans for the future.”

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