Susan Palm joins the Data Safeguard Advisory Board with over 25 years’ experience in executive roles at several fortune 500 companies, leading teams focused on Compliance, Regulatory Affairs, InfoSec, Risk Management and Customer Success. In her current role, as head of Customer Advocacy at MetricStream, a SaaS industry leader in GRC, Ms. Palm prioritizes customer interactions to understand current challenges facing the industry. Her market knowledge combined with business and technology acumen, and a passion to serve the customer will empower and mature Data Safeguard to support explosive growth. Ms. Palm will primarily focus on customer advocacy and product definition for individual customers as well as the general market.
Ms. Palm received her B.A. in Economics from Lawrence University and graduated from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business’ Executive Management Program.
David Hahn joins the Data Safeguard Advisory Board with over 30 years of experience in executive roles at several Fortune 500 companies, leading teams with a major focus on Information Security, Risk Management, and Technology services. These include Wells Fargo Bank, Intuit, Hearst, and Silicon Valley Bank. David also advises several startups on growth strategy, market positioning, customer implementation, capital management, and investment planning. He also works closely with many Venture firms supporting startups and pushing the innovation economy.
Mr. Hahn received his BS in Business Administration and Accounting from San Jose University and his MBA (Investments) from Golden Gate University.
Ken Chrisman joins the Data Safeguard Advisory Board with over 35 years’ experience in executive roles at American Express, The Doctor’s Insurance Company, and Wells Fargo Bank. Leading the board of directors at The Doctors Company, 2008 – 2016, Mr. Chrisman chaired the Governance and Technology Committees. He has provided oversight for several S&P100 companies, managing their technology evolution. Ken has held CIO roles, providing direction and guidance for information and operational systems, in addition to helping companies during periods of organic growth and acquisitions.
Mr. Chrisman received his BA in Engineering from University of California, Davis.