ZenLedger, a cryptocurrency data analysis company, said on Wednesday that it hired four new c-suite level executives. According to the press release, the firm has named Duyane Norman as its new Chief Strategy Officer, Daniel D. Escobar as Chief Technology Officer, Jonté Harrell as Chief Financial Officer and Greg Adams as Chief Operations Officer.

“We are thrilled to welcome Duyane, Daniel, Jonté and Greg, who bring a plethora of experience that will only allow ZenLedger to reach new heights. On the heels of one of ZenLedger’s best tax seasons, the business has experienced 5x sales growth year-over-year and to support this growth, our employee base has tripled. Driven by the increased market demand for crypto tax and accounting services, coupled with a product that continues to impress customers with industry integrations, ZenLedger is poised to reign as a leader and to expand into new products, services and locations,” Pat Larsen, the Chief Executive Officer at ZenLedger.

Executives Background

ZenLedger has hired Norman to lead strategic initiatives around data analytics for government and enterprise customers worldwide. In 2019, Norman retired as a member of the CIA’s Senior Intelligence Service after 27 years of service, including seven overseas tours. Norman served as the link between the Defense Innovation Unit and the Intelligence Community before joining ZenLedger.

In addition, Escobar has over 20 years of leadership and entrepreneurship experience in crypto, enterprise software development and IT consulting. His last four years were spent with Bitpay as the Head of Enterprise Onboarding and Engineering Services, where he worked closely with crypto exchanges, blockchains, NFTs, wallets and governments across the USA and around the world.

Moreover, Harrell brings 18 years of experience in finance and technology from his time as a US Army Captain and combat veteran. Harrell will lead ZenLedger’s Finance department, which includes Controllership, Financial Planning and Analysis, Treasury, Tax, and Internal Audit.

Adams will lead the company’s operations, sales & marketing, and software development teams globally. Previously, Adams was the Co-Founder and CEO of machine-learning enterprise SaaS startup Stabilitas, which OnSolve acquired in 2020. As the Chief Strategy Officer at OnSolve, he was responsible for innovation and acquisitions.

ZenLedger, a cryptocurrency data analysis company, said on Wednesday that it hired four new c-suite level executives. According to the press release, the firm has named Duyane Norman as its new Chief Strategy Officer, Daniel D. Escobar as Chief Technology Officer, Jonté Harrell as Chief Financial Officer and Greg Adams as Chief Operations Officer.

“We are thrilled to welcome Duyane, Daniel, Jonté and Greg, who bring a plethora of experience that will only allow ZenLedger to reach new heights. On the heels of one of ZenLedger’s best tax seasons, the business has experienced 5x sales growth year-over-year and to support this growth, our employee base has tripled. Driven by the increased market demand for crypto tax and accounting services, coupled with a product that continues to impress customers with industry integrations, ZenLedger is poised to reign as a leader and to expand into new products, services and locations,” Pat Larsen, the Chief Executive Officer at ZenLedger.

Executives Background

ZenLedger has hired Norman to lead strategic initiatives around data analytics for government and enterprise customers worldwide. In 2019, Norman retired as a member of the CIA’s Senior Intelligence Service after 27 years of service, including seven overseas tours. Norman served as the link between the Defense Innovation Unit and the Intelligence Community before joining ZenLedger.

In addition, Escobar has over 20 years of leadership and entrepreneurship experience in crypto, enterprise software development and IT consulting. His last four years were spent with Bitpay as the Head of Enterprise Onboarding and Engineering Services, where he worked closely with crypto exchanges, blockchains, NFTs, wallets and governments across the USA and around the world.

Moreover, Harrell brings 18 years of experience in finance and technology from his time as a US Army Captain and combat veteran. Harrell will lead ZenLedger’s Finance department, which includes Controllership, Financial Planning and Analysis, Treasury, Tax, and Internal Audit.

Adams will lead the company’s operations, sales & marketing, and software development teams globally. Previously, Adams was the Co-Founder and CEO of machine-learning enterprise SaaS startup Stabilitas, which OnSolve acquired in 2020. As the Chief Strategy Officer at OnSolve, he was responsible for innovation and acquisitions.