As headcount exceeds 2,000 employees, ACV appoints legal director
Fueled in part by the acquisitions over the past year of MAX Digital, Drivably and Monk SAS, ACV said its workforce now exceeds 2,000 teammates across its North American footprint.
And the digital automotive marketplace and data services partner for dealers and business partners announced its newest hire on Friday, as ACV explained its leadership team with the addition of Leanne Fitzgerald as chief legal officer, the newest member. of.
Responsible for managing all of ACV’s legal, regulatory and compliance matters, ACV noted that Fitzgerald is a seasoned leader with experience working for public technology companies, most recently as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. Cerence, as well as having previously held executive positions at Nuance Communications and EMC Corp.
Fitzgerald will report directly to ACV’s Managing Director, George Chamoun.
“Leanne’s background and intersecting interests in engineering, business and law are a perfect fit for ACV to help us drive our continued growth and foster the security of our company’s ongoing innovations,” Chamoun said in a statement. Press.
“Leanne’s experience will help build trust and transparency as we continue to grow our team, bringing unique perspectives to push data-driven digital technologies that enable customers to source, value, buy, sell and manage inventory, in an ever-changing industry,” continued Chamoun.
In this role, the company also said Fitzgerald would provide guidance to the board of directors, the management team and other members of the management team. She will also act as Secretary to the ACV Board of Directors.
“I am excited to join the ACV team as the company builds on its mission to provide customers with advanced digital data-driven solutions with its growing team of industry leaders,” said Fitzgerald.
“Having a background in automotive technology, I look forward to building on this and partnering with the leadership team to ensure the continued development of ACV’s offerings that meet the needs of our customers and shareholders,” Fitzgerald continued.