The Motley Fool Holdings, Inc., a financial technology company dedicated to helping the world invest better, announced today that Suzanne Frey, Director of Google Apps Security, Trust, Compliance, and Privacy, has been elected to the company's Board of Directors.
At Google, Frey is responsible for protecting the personal and sensitive information for everyone around the world who uses Google Apps including Gmail, Inbox, Google Drive, and Docs. She brings over 20 years of experience in leading advanced technology operations and systems design to The Motley Fool.
"Our mission to help the world invest better demands technological scale. Suzanne's expertise and experience will help us design and enhance systems to enable millions of Foolish investors around the world to achieve their dreams," said Tom Gardner, Motley Fool co-founder and CEO. "We ask of our Board Directors to have boundless curiosity, a love for our stakeholders, a commitment to excellence, a passion for technology, and the heart of a servant leader. Suzanne is a true Fool."
"I'm delighted, humbled, and excited to serve the mission of The Motley Fool and all of its stakeholders," said Frey. "This is a rare privilege, steeped with deep responsibilities, but enhanced by the opportunity to help the founders, shareholders, employees, and customers of The Motley Fool realize their dreams, too."
Frey is an accomplished policy designer and a champion for user-trust and diversity. She is a founding member of Google's Global Women Leadership Organization, she currently serves on the Wellesley Business Leadership Council, and she is a Board Member Emeritus of MIT Sloan's Sloan Fellows Board of Governors. Frey is a graduate of Wellesley College, with an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management.
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