Meet our leadership team
President & CEO
Chief Product Officer
Chief Revenue Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Vice President, Talent
Meet our advisory board.
Executive Chair, Board
Technology entrepreneur Harald Will started the commercial operations of ACL in 1987, growing it to be the leading audit analytic software company in the world. His vision and guidance set the company on a trajectory to becoming the leading provider of enterprise governance software powered by data automation.
From ACL’s first product offering for internal, external, and government audit markets to the full range of solutions available today serving governance, risk, and compliance professionals, Harald built the company and team with a focus on excellent customer service, integrity, trust, and respect. In 2012, Harald transitioned to Executive Chair of ACL’s advisory board to support the management team on strategy, passing the CEO reins to Laurie Schultz.
Harald was recognized as a Business in Vancouver “Forty under 40” award recipient and was named one of Treasury & Risk Management magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in Finance” in 2005 and again in 2009.
Chair of Board
Eric has 30 years of business experience, having worked with companies ranging from Fortune 500 conglomerates to start-ups in the US, Europe, and Canada. Eric came to Vancouver from the San Francisco Bay Area as CFO, to help turn around the world’s leading business intelligence reporting software company, Crystal Decisions, now owned by SAP. His prior experience spans the retail, consumer products, food, and banking industries. In addition to ACL, Eric serves on the Boards of Ritchie Bros Auctioneers (NYSE, TSX) and Daiya Foods. His outside passions include beekeeping and trying to launch a sustainable salmon aquaculture industry in BC.
Eric holds an MBA from Stanford University and BA from Brown University.
Greg WolfeChief Operating Officer, Marketo
Greg joined Marketo as chief operating officer in December 2016. He is a seasoned executive with more than 25 years of experience leading sales and operations for enterprise technology companies. In his role, Greg is responsible for driving Marketo’s broad growth initiatives and unifying management of strategy, execution, and accountability of the entire organization as the company grows and evolves.
Greg was executive vice president and general manager, Americas, at SAP’s Business Objects before leaving the company to found Emalex, a consulting firm for business-to-business technology companies, in 2009. At Business Objects, he led the organization through hyper-growth and saw the company become the number one business intelligence provider in the world with over $1 billion in revenue, millions of licensed users, and more than 5,000 employees. He previously held leadership positions at Crystal Decisions (acquired by Business Objects in 2004) and Xerox.
Greg attended the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Carolyn Devine Saint
Chief Audit Executive, University of Virginia
Carolyn possesses a deep knowledge and focus on strategic and enterprise risks, process improvement opportunities, and financial stewardship obtained from providing assurance services to clients and Fortune 500 companies. Carolyn is a frequent speaker on governance and internal audit topics. Prior to joining the University of Virginia, Carolyn was Vice President of Internal Audit for 7-Eleven, Inc., Lowe’s Companies, Inc., Sears Holdings Corporation, Kmart, and Covansys. She served clients in manufacturing and retail industries while at Deloitte.
Carolyn currently serves on The Institute of Internal Auditors board of directors and is immediate past Chairman of the Institute of Internal Auditors’ North American board. In addition to her board duties, Carolyn is a member of the IIA’s Publications Advisory Committee. Her blog, Saint on Getting Stuff Done, appears monthly or as inspiration strikes on Internal Auditor Online.
Rob ArditiPartner, Norwest Venture Partners
Rob is a partner on Norwest Venture Partners’ growth equity team and joined ACL’s board with the firm’s strategic minority investment in ACL. He focuses on growth equity and buyout investments in the technology-enabled services and consumer industries. Rob’s current investments include ACL, Avetta, Bailey 44, Cority, Kendra Scott Design, PCA Skin, and TurnItIn. Rob was previously involved with Norwest’s investments in 1010data (acquired by Advance) and The Retail Equation (acquired by Appriss).
Before joining Norwest, Rob was an associate at Lake Capital, where he focused on growth equity and buyout investments in the tech-enabled services industry. He previously worked as an analyst in the Consumer & Retail Group within the investment banking division at Goldman, Sachs & Co, focusing on mergers and acquisitions advisory assignments and principal investments.
Earlier, Rob was a Senior Equity Research Associate at Raymond James & Associates where he co-launched the firm’s Homeland Security Technology practice.
Rob holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a major in management. He also has a MS degree in finance and a BS degree in finance, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Florida.