There are a lot of former Secretaries of State getting involved in the tech world these days.
First,that General Colin Powell had joined the CRM giant's Board of Directors.
Just yesterday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made headlines with an appearance at about running for president in 2016 more so than comments about .). (Albeit, most of the spotlight turned toward Clinton admitting she was thinking
Now Dropbox is following suit.
Dropbox CEO Drew Houston explained in a blog post that as the San Francisco-based business looks to grow globally, they "sought out a leader who could help us expand our global footprint."
Aside from serving as Secretary of State and National Security Advisor, Rice has also served on the boards of Hewlett Packard and Charles Schwab as well as Provost at Stanford University.
, Dropbox also announced a few new business critical hires. Touted as Dropbox's first business executive since joining the company in 2010, Sujay Jaswa was promoted to chief financial officer.
Dennis Woodside, who was indirectly in the news earlier on Wednesday amid, has finally officially been announced as Dropbox's new chief operating officer.
Following through on that global expansion plan (), Woodside will be responsible for leading global business operations including sales, marketing, partnerships, and user/people operations.