- Dana Wagner takes over at Twilio from GC Karyn Smith
- Smith launched her departure in February
- Wagner joins Twilio’s executive administration group with a brand fresh chief product officer
(Reuters) – Cloud-communications company Twilio Inc acknowledged Wednesday that it has expanded its administration group with the addition of the tip felony decent from No longer doable Meals Inc.
Dana Wagner, who served for nearly four years as chief gleaming officer and company secretary on the breakthrough meat choices maker, will rob his fresh just as chief gleaming officer at Twilio on Dec. 13. He is succeeding overall counsel Karyn Smith, who launched in February that she was leaving the firm after six and a half of years.
Wagner is joining Twilio’s executive administration group similtaneously Google alum Eyal Manor, who will originate up his just because the firm’s chief product officer in mid-November. Manor will file to the firm’s co-founder and CEO Jeff Lawson, while Wagner will file to its chief working Officer Khozema Shipchandler.
“As we focal point on the firm’s next section of enhance, Twilio will continue to tackle the advanced gleaming and regulatory panorama of communications while revolutionizing the discipline of buyer engagement,” Wagner acknowledged in a press originate.
He’s going to lead Twilio’s gleaming, executive affairs, regulatory compliance and privacy groups as it “continues to enlarge and scale globally,” the firm acknowledged.
In response to Twilio’s most latest annual proxy assertion, Smith earned bigger than $3.2 million in whole compensation closing year.
Before joining No longer doable Meals in 2018, Wagner served as overall counsel at cellular payments firm Square Inc. Before that he was an in-dwelling felony decent at Google LLC for four years, going via antitrust and consumer safety matters.
Earlier in his occupation, Wagner served as an assistant U.S. felony decent within the Northern District of California and a trial felony decent within the Justice Department’s antitrust division.
Xiumei Dong covers gleaming industrial data, with a focal point on regulation company strategy and enhance, in-dwelling counsel and the Washington, D.C., gleaming market. Attain her at Xiumei.Dong@thomsonreuters.com.