Wasabi Technologies , the hot cloud storage company , today announced the appointment of George Neble to its board of directors to chair the company’s audit committee and help implement its global growth strategy. Mr. Neble brings more than 40 years of accounting and auditing experience to Wasabi, gained from a wide range of public and private leaders in technology and science – companies in the science industries. of life, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and semiconductors.
Mr. Neble’s extensive experience as an advisor spans a variety of emerging technologies and high growth companies, including his most recent role as a senior advisor to AVALT , a family office focused on private capital. Boston- based , and a member of the advisory board of financial accounting and consulting firm Cross Country Consulting . In addition, he is Chairman of the Audit Committee, a member of the Board of Intapp and currently serves on the EverQuote Board of Directors and chairs the Audit Committee of Lumira DX .
“George and I have worked together for decades, and I greatly appreciate his advice and advice,” said David Friend , CEO of Wasabi. “As head of Wasabi’s Audit Committee, George will apply his impressive financial expertise to help advise the management team as we navigate new markets and expand our global footprint. ”
Mr. Neble’s extensive experience in the financial industry also includes the role of Head of Northeast Market and Managing Partner in the Boston office of Ernst & Young LLP (EY) from 2012 to 2017 and that of Senior Insurance Partner of EY for 10 years. Previously, he was an insurance partner at Arthur Andersen.
“With the explosion in global demand for cloud storage, Wasabi’s growth trajectory is significant; the opportunity to work with a proven management team to help the company through its next phase of expansion is extremely exciting, ”said Mr. Neble. “Wasabi is redefining the way companies think about cloud storage and continues to occupy a unique position in the market with its low costs, flexibility and security. ”