UK – Search technology company Walr has appointed Emily Whiting as chief of staff.
Whiting (Photo) joined Walr from CBREwhere she led the company’s change management work in the United States.
In her new role, Whiting will draw on her background in technology and consulting, and work remotely from the United States.
Walr also named Keziah Wonstolen as non-executive director.
Wonstolen Previously, he spent 14 years at Accenture, most recently as head of sales operations in the West, and was founder and managing director of winnow Chief of Staff, a company providing chief of staff affairs and operations to businesses.
These appointments follow Walr’s acquisition of a Norwegian technology company QuenchTec Last year. Walr manages a bespoke research platform that provides researchers with tools for creating and collecting data.
Lewis Reeves, Founder and CEO of Walrsaid, “As we continue to embrace the best of technology and talent to drive customer satisfaction and propel our customer’s success, bringing in Emily and Keziah represents a huge scoop for Walr.
“The caliber, intelligence and experience they have of such successful organizations will play a pivotal role in helping Walr to achieve our ambitious global strategic goals.