David Drummond (businessman)

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David Carl Drummond is an American businessman and conglomerate executive. He currently serves as Senior Vice President (SVP) of corporate development and Chief Legal Officer (CLO) for Alphabet Inc.,[1][2] and formerly its subsidiary, Google,[3] as well as part of the Board of Directors of mental health non-profit Crisis Text Line.[4]

His first time working with Google was in 1998 as a partner at leading technology law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati's corporate transactions group; he was Google's first outside counsel.[5] He joined Google in 2002.[6] Drummond earned a bachelor's degree in history from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California and a Juris Doctor from Stanford Law School.[7][8][9]

His annual compensation from Google parent company, Alphabet Inc., currently stands at approximately $18.3 million.

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  1. ^ Kokalitcheva, Kia. "Alphabet Executive Resigns from Uber's Board Amid Growing Rivalry". Fortune.
  2. ^ Bhuiyan, Johana (29 August 2016). "Alphabet's David Drummond has left Uber's board over conflict of interest on self-driving cars". Recode.
  3. ^ "BBC News - Google's Drummond calls for new NSA reforms". BBC News.
  4. ^ "Board of Directors". Crisis Text Line.
  5. ^ "Google Management". Google. Retrieved 8 May 2013.
  6. ^ "David Drummond". Forbes.
  7. ^ "State Bar of CA :: David C. Drummond". California Bar.
  8. ^ "Santa Clara University". scu.edu.
  9. ^ "David Drummond - The 2011 TIME 100 Poll - TIME". TIME.com. 4 April 2011.