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John Munro Joins eDiscovery Senior Leadership Team |

Categories: 2000s | College of Business | Professional or career event

Discovia, a leading global provider of eDiscovery services to corporations, law firms and government entities, today announced that John Munro, a 15-year veteran of the eDiscovery services industry, has joined the company’s senior leadership team as Vice President of Managed Services Operations.

“I am thrilled to join Discovia at this important point in its evolution,” said Munro. “The long-term partnerships that Discovia builds with its clients through implementing quality processes and innovative workflows, while providing unwavering client service, are key to its continued growth and success.”

Munro is an expert in electronic discovery operations, technologies, and workflows. In his new role, he will work closely with Discovia’s Chief Client Officer, Paige Hunt Wojcik, to acquire and onboard new managed services clients, build and document custom workflows and deliverables, and ensure flawless execution of service requests for each client, while continuing to build Discovia’s brand and reputation as a pioneer and leader in fixed-price eDiscovery managed services solutions.

“John has a highly consultative approach to client relationships and a proven track record building powerful partnerships,” said Hunt Wojcik. “His skill set and reputation are rare in our industry. John’s role will be critical in supporting our rapid growth. I am thrilled to have him join our team.”

Prior to joining Discovia, Munro has held senior operations, client services, technology development, and sales leadership positions with Orange Legal Technologies, The Litigation Document Group, Lighthouse eDiscovery, and Chameleon Data Corporation. Additionally, he has led the development of multiple document management systems, on-line document repositories, and electronic data processing applications.

As a computer forensics and eDiscovery expert witness and thought leader, Munro frequently speaks on innovations and challenges relating to information management, electronic discovery, document review, and computer forensics. He is certified as an Electronic Discovery Specialist (CEDS) by the Association of Certified Electronic Discovery Specialists (ACEDS). Munro holds an undergraduate degree in management information systems from Washington State University. He is based in Salt Lake City, Utah where he resides with his wife, Megan, and three children.

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Northwest Commercial Advisors Adds Chad Hamilton to Staff |

Categories: 1990s | Engineering and Architecture | Professional or career event

Hamilton joins the Northwest Commercial Advisors. To read more go to: http://idahobusinessreview.com/2015/08/03/northwest-commercial-advisors-adds-three-staffers/

 

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Former WSU Women’s Baskeball Player Joins The Cougar Athletic Fund |

Categories: 2010s | athletics | College of Education | Professional or career event | sports

Katie Grad was recently named the Cougar Athletic Fund Regional Director for the Puget Sound region. To find out more go to: http://www.wsucougars.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=30400&ATCLID=210246800

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Bolerjack Named New Director of Communications and Public Relations for WSU Everett |

Categories: 2010s | College of Arts and Sciences | Professional or career event

Randy Bolerjack, Washington State University alumni, was recently named the new director of communications and public relations for Washington State University North Puget Sound at Everett. To read more, go to: https://news.wsu.edu/2015/07/30/bolerjack-leads-communications-for-wsu-at-everett/#.VbvJglE4ShE

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New Vice President for Finance and Administration Named at Clover Park Technical College |

Categories: 1970s | College of Business | Professional or career event

Larry Clark was named new vice president for finance and administration at Clover Park Technical College. Clark has worked at CPTC since 2012 and has 35 years of relevant experience from a variety of administration roles in higher education.

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