Docker co-founder Ben Golub joins Storj Labs

Docker co-founder Ben Golub is joining Storj Labs as executive chairman and interim CEO.

Mr. Golub was chief executive at Docker from April 2013 to 2017. In previous roles, Mr. Golub was president of Plaxo, and president and CEO of Gluster. Mr. Golub has a BA in Public Policy from Princeton, and a MBA in International Business from Harvard, along with a MPA in Development Economics and International Development from the Harvard University-Kennedy School of Government.

Here is the link to the blog post by Mr. Golub on his appointment.

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