Mr. Peters currently serves as EMEA Head of Advancing Black Pathways at JPMorgan Chase.
London, ENGLAND - (NewMediaWire) - May 11, 2021 - Bubblr Inc., (OTC PINK: BBLR), ("Bubblr" or the "Company"), an ethical technology company focused on the development and commercialization of mobile-first technologies, has expanded the expertise of its Advisory Board with the appointment of Mr. Cecil Peters, Executive Director, EMEA Head of Advancing Black Pathways for J.P. Morgan Chase and an advocate for technology innovation and data security.
Accomplished at leading large global teams through complex change efforts and managing challenging commercial and regulatory environments, prior to joining JPMorgan Chase he previously served as Program Director for Credit Suisse’s cybersecurity program in London. He recently came to prominence as a finalist in the 2020 Black British Business Awards STEM category.
Mr. Peters’ current focus is on J.P. Morgan Chase’s Advancing Black Pathways. In this role he will continue to drive an intersectional strategy to enhance diversity, equity and inclusion across the EMEA region. In particular this facilitates driving internal, external and generational impact for the Black community as well as others that are underrepresented.
“We are thrilled to welcome Cecil to the growing Bubblr Advisory Board. We are proud to have attracted so many notable professionals committed to ethical technology and equality in business,” said Bubblr CEO Steven Saunders. “As Bubblr continues its mission to advance privacy, trust and sustainability online, Cecil delivers the perfect combination of industry leadership, experience in innovative technology and dedication to diversity and inclusion.”
Mr. Peters was promoted to his current role after two years as Executive Director of Cybersecurity Technology at J.P. Morgan Chase. Previous roles include Head of the Infrastructure Risk and Business Transformation Program at UBS, Managing Director for CarbonCo Limited, and Managing Director at Digital Channel Partners among other notable operations, IT and management positions over the past four decades.
“Bubblr’s unique dedication to ethical technology clearly stands out and reflects one of my personal passions. I look forward to contributing to a company that protects users and small businesses alike, while promoting equitable online practices,” Peters said.
Mr. Peters received a master’s degree in Information Systems from Canterbury Christ Church University in the United Kingdom. He holds an MSP Practitioner certification from APMG International.
About Bubblr, Inc.
Bubblr, Inc. is an ethical technology company focused on mobile-first technology that aims to bring back privacy to users, trust in online content and sustainability to the digital marketplace. Through its portfolio of digital mobile apps, Bubblr's next-generation mobile ecosystem, and platform, partners with publishers to address challenges related to free online content, while protecting end-users from data harvesting and manipulation. These ecosystems connect into a new model for online search, which is a fair and sustainable ad-free marketplace. For more information, visit http://www.bubblr.com
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