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Kirsten Wolberg

Formerly DocuSign

Across every industry, talent is the single strategic issue that is consistently part of the management team and board of director agendas. Mark and the team at Modern understand the talent challenges companies face and they have leveraged their collective years of experience in search to deliver truly unique and innovative solutions. Modern has re-imagined the search industry to ensure diverse and qualified leaders are part of every slate. It's about time!

Kirsten Wolberg is a seasoned leader at the cross-section of technology, information security and digital transformation within the FinTech and software industries.

Formerly, as Chief Technology & Operations Officer at DocuSign, Kirsten’s team was responsible for all the business operations functions for Technology, including strategic planning and investment, IT, cyber security, data science and governance, privacy, compliance as well as portfolio management and end-to-end program management for strategic enterprise initiatives.

Kirsten’s experience in the software space includes senior roles at PayPal as VP of Technology, overseeing the eBay/PayPal split, and as Chief Information Officer of Previously, she led corporate technology, offshore development, and technology education & leadership development at Charles Schwab. Prior to joining Schwab, Kirsten held a variety of product development, operations and consulting positions in the financial services industry.

She was recognized in 2016 as Computerworld Premier 100 Technology Leaders Master of Disruption and as an IT Rising Star. Kirsten has also been named one of the Most Influential Women in Business in the Bay Area in 2011 and 2018 by the San Francisco Business Times. In 2020 Kirsten was named Enterprise CIO of the Year Orbie Awards. She speaks frequently in the industry on innovation, payments, technology, cybersecurity, agile development and especially women in technology. Kirsten is a Board Member of public companies; Sallie Mae, Dynatrace, and CalAmp, private companies; Duco and Pie Insurance and non-profits; Year-Up, and JVS.