Dustyn Kim, currently the chief revenue officer of Artsy, will now be president of the digital marketplace, making her the first woman ever to hold that position since the company’s founding in 2009.

Kim was initially hired by Artsy in 2017 as vice president of galleries, fairs, and institutions. In her new role, she will continue to oversee all revenue lines while leading business and operations to support the company’s CEO, Jeffrey Yin, who was promoted from chief financial officer and general council earlier this month.

Artsy says that under Kim’s leadership, the platform has grown to support over 4,000 galleries, auctions houses, art fairs, and institutions in more than 100 countries. “She has been at the helm of strengthening Artsy’s secondary market offering, developing multiple new selling options for our collectors,” the company said in a statement. “Kim has also been integral to building the company’s reputation as the most trusted and secure online art marketplace.”

Kim told ARTnews, “I remain deeply committed to supporting our gallery, art fair, and auction partners—helping them increase their success on Artsy with new and expanded ways to develop collector relationships and drive sales. At the same time, you’ll see an increased focus from Artsy on making the collector experience of discovering, purchasing, and selling art even easier and more joyful.”