Former FBI Director joins Wynyard board
- 18 March, 2015 08:10
Wynyard Group has today announced that former FBI Executive Assistant Director Science and Technology Branch, Louis Grever, will join its Board of Directors.
An existing member of Wynyard’s high-calibre Advisory Council, U.S-based Grever’s appointment as an independent Company Director will be effective April 2015.
During his 24-year career with the FBI Grever’s experience included leading, planning, coordinating and directing FBI field technical operations including delivering technical capabilities to solve and prevent serious crime, cyber crime and counter terrorism investigations.
As Deputy Assistant Director, Grever was in charge of the Special Technologies and Applications to develop and deploy innovative analytical tools and capabilities for the FBI.
“Louis has already made a significant contribution to Wynyard Group bringing a new dimension of technical, operational, tactical and strategic insight to our product development, U.S. and global business growth aspirations," says Wynyard Chair, Murray Horn.
"His involvement with Wynyard as a Board member will prove to be invaluable."
Wynyard Group’s Board consists of members with a broad range of skills and expertise from the finance, infrastructure and high-growth software industries, together with strong governance and leadership experience relevant to the business.
In the year ahead, Wynyard will remain focused on the government, financial services and critical infrastructure markets, expanding existing U.S. operations and also continue investment in its channel partner program.
“Louis brings an understanding of Wynyard’s current business, the fast-growing markets it operates in and the challenges clients face," Horn adds.
"This coupled with entrepreneurial success and a passion for innovation, and business success will complement our board."
During his distinguished 24 year career with the FBI, Grever was promoted to a series of positions of increasing responsibility at the FBI and upon the formation of the new FBI Science and Technology Branch (STB) in 2006, served as the first Special Assistant to the STB Executive Assistant Director.