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The Zcash Company team continues to attract world-class talent to advance its mission of empowering everyone with economic freedom and opportunity. Over the last five months, ten people have joined the project, including two notable executive hires.
Andy Murray signed on as the chief financial officer in June and brings extensive executive experience. Over the past 20 years he served as CFO at a public software company and multiple private software companies where he successfully raised a combined total of over $140M in capital, streamlined expenses, positioned the organizations for growth, and helped shape companies for increased shareholder value.
In September, David Campbell joined Zcash Company as the chief operating officer. David brings 20 years of industry experience, including previous roles as vice president of IT and chief security officer for SendGrid (NYSE: SEND), as well as founding CEO at JumpCloud and Electric Alchemy.
During these past few months, we have also had to bid farewell to two very talented team members, Hugh Kahn and Jay Graber. Hugh founded the Denver office and established the engineering team based there. He worked to create a more efficient engineering process at Zcash Company by implementing an agile process. Jay leaves us after having made a variety of significant contributions over time, from core engineering to user support and maintaining the Zcash website. She led the XCAT Project/Project Alchemy, wrote the Zcash testnet faucet app and the specifications and implementation for Overwinter’s transaction expiry.
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Savannah is an advocate for helping individuals fulfill their passion through their work, and she is excited to have found her home at Zcash Company. She loves learning from her teammates about how to make a more enjoyable workplace, especially with the added challenge of a remote team. In her free time, Savannah likes ...
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