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Welcoming Greg Bell

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April 3, 2024

This week, we welcomed Greg Bell to our team as Principal Software Engineer. Greg has joined us from Amazon Web Services (AWS), where he was the General Manager of Amazon S3 Storage Management, and brings more than 15 years of software engineering, leadership, and entrepreneurship experience to Walter.

Greg's journey in the tech industry is nothing short of inspirational and impressive. At AWS, Greg led product and engineering teams with a mission to help customers manage petabytes of data and billions of objects stored on Amazon S3. Prior to joining AWS, Greg was the VP of Software Development at Hootsuite, where he led a global team of 200 software developers to build industry-leading social media management software for over 16 million users. As an engineer and contributor to open source, Greg founded the well-recognized Ruby project, Active Admin, which has been downloaded over 30 million times and has over 9.4k Github stars. Greg has also previously founded two of his own companies.

We are thrilled to have Greg join our leadership team. He brings a wealth of experience in architecture and building software that can evolve with customer demands and will be an incredible source of mentorship for our already strong engineering team. Greg's proven ability to build innovative software, engage with customers and grow high performing teams will be an asset on our mission to equip legal professionals, their clients and their client’s stakeholders with a world-class digital collaboration and automation platform for equity ownership, corporate records and legal agreements.

Greg's arrival marks a significant milestone in our journey. Greg’s deep storage, machine learning and cloud experience will help Walter on its mission to use AI to transform and automate the legal back office.

Welcome aboard, Greg! Let's make history together. 🚀

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