SAN FRANCISCO, CA – July 26, 2018 – One World Identity (OWI), an independent advisory firm focused on trust and the data economy, is pleased to announce the addition of several new members to the OWI team. The company has named Sarah Clark, former Senior Vice President of Global Product at Mitek, along with industry veteran Dion Lisle, former Head of Fintech at Capgemini, as Principals in its advisory services practice. Clark and Lisle will be leading OWI’s Digital Identity and Fintech practices, respectively.
The company also announced the appointment of Joe Stuntz and Ross Nodurft as Principals leading OWI’s Cybersecurity and Risk Management practice. Both Stuntz and Nodurft have been paramount to OWI’s strong client growth, particularly in aiding companies looking to provide services to government agencies or regulated entities. Recent companies OWI has worked with include Airbnb, Experian, and Duo Security.
In their new role as Principals, each will help OWI’s clients stay ahead of market trends and build sustainable, forward-looking products and strategies. This continued company momentum speaks to the significant market opportunity and demand for the trust and data economy solutions across all sectors impacted by the rapidly growing global digital economy.
“Sarah and Dion’s experience as recognized industry thought-leaders, proven product managers, and experts in fast paced environments, on the edge of innovation, provide significant and immediate value to our clients,” said Travis Jarae, CEO of OWI. “We are honored to welcome Sarah and Dion to our team, and we are confident that they will be strong leaders in bringing clients the personalized, expert services on which OWI prides itself.”
Clark began her career at Microsoft as a Group Program Manager. After significant experience leading product at high growth technology startups, she recently spent five years at Mitek spearheading the development, launch and global expansion of Mitek’s market-leading identity verification products. Clark has worked with top companies across financial services, online marketplaces and other sectors on their onboarding and digital transformation initiatives. She comes to OWI with significant experience in product management, information systems and technology deployment, business transformation and growth, among other areas. She will be based in OWI’s San Francisco office.
Clark graduated from Duke University with a BS in Mathematics and later the Program for Leadership Development at Harvard.
Lisle has been at the intersection of technology and financial services since the late ’90s. Having worked for both Fintech startups and major legacy financial services providers, Dion is uniquely qualified to connect these two disparate worlds. Dion works most frequently delivering innovation to large banks by utilizing Fintech solutions and technology. He has worked on nearly every type of bank business, including retail payments, commercial payments, trade finance, supply chain finance, and wealth management. Dion is a frequent speaker on blockchain, bank innovation and Fintech venture investing. He will be based in OWI’s San Francisco office, to be near the Fintech ecosystem in Silicon Valley.
Dion graduated from Cal-Poly, Pomona with a degree in Business, and he recently received a Fintech certificate from MIT.