ServiceNow® (NYSE:NOW), the enterprise IT cloud company, announced that at its annual meeting today the company’s stockholders elected two additions to its board of directors. Susan Bostrom and Anita Sands both bring significant corporate leadership and management experience to the board. With these additions and the expiration of Charles Noell’s term, the board will now have 10 members. “We are thrilled to have Sue and Anita join the ServiceNow Board of Directors,” said Frank Slootman, president and chief executive officer, ServiceNow. “ServiceNow will greatly benefit from the diverse experience and perspectives gleaned from their careers in marketing, enterprise IT and financial services.” Bostrom spent 14 years at Cisco Systems, serving most recently as executive vice president and chief marketing officer. She currently serves on the boards of Varian Medical Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of medical devices and software; Cadence Design Systems, Inc., an electronic design software company; Marketo, Inc., a provider of software as a service marketing automation solutions; and Rocket Fuel, Inc., an artificial intelligence media buying company. Bostrom holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Sands joins the ServiceNow board with significant financial services background, most recently serving as group managing director, head of change leadership and a member of the Wealth Management Americas Executive Committee of UBS Financial Services. She also served as chief operating officer at UBS. Prior to joining UBS, she was managing director and head of transformation management at Citigroup Global Technology and Operations organization. She also held several leadership positions with RBC Financial Group and CIBC. Sands currently serves on the board of Symantec, a provider of security, storage and systems management solutions. She holds a bachelor’s degree in physics and applied mathematics from The Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland; a doctorate degree in atomic and molecular physics from The Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland; and a master’s degree of science in public policy and management from Carnegie Mellon University.