Media measurement firm comScore has appointed Carol DiBattiste as 'General Counsel & Chief Privacy and People Officer'. She will join the company on January 23rd, succeeding Chris Lin.
DiBattiste (pictured) joins with a background in legal, compliance, enterprise risk and change management across both the public and private sectors. Most recently, she worked at the US Department of Veteran Affairs as Executive in Charge, Vice Chairman of the Board of Veterans' Appeals. Earlier, she worked for the Education Management Corporation; held senior roles at Geeknet, Reed Elsevier/LexisNexis and ChoicePoint; and was a Partner in the international law firm Holland & Knight. Her public sector work has included senior exec roles in the Departments of Defense, Justice and Homeland Security, and she served as the Under Secretary of the US Air Force, Department of Defense, where she led a $70 billion, 710,000 military and civilian department responsible for recruiting, training and education, and readiness.
CEO Gian Fulgoni
comments: 'Carol brings a depth of experience gained from an impressive career that has included executive positions at technology and big data companies, as well as significant public service'.
Lin joined comScore in 2001, after holding several government positions, both at the Department of Defense and the White House. Fulgoni says: 'It has been a privilege to work with Chris for the sixteen years she has served comScore. Her tireless work helped transform us from an early stage start-up through a period of growth, our IPO, and our initial phase of being a public company'.
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