Numerator, an industry leader in consumer buying behavior has announced that Mohit Kalra joined as General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer. Kalra will lead all aspects of the company’s legal strategy, including the company’s commitment to remain at the forefront of transparent, equitable consumer data collection.
Kalra joins Numerator from Google where he spent over 13 years focused on intellectual property, commercial agreements and data privacy. Kalra began his legal career at Mayer Brown, where he worked on mergers & acquisitions and securities offerings for a broad range of clients. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School.
Eric Belcher, CEO, Numerator, said, “Numerator has long been a leader in transparent data exchange with consumers with a focus on consumer purchasing transactions. We strategically combined the General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer roles to further drive our leading approach. We have high engagement with consumers over long tenures precisely because we are upfront about the types of data collected and its use, and because we offer consumers a fair value to participate in the use of their personal data.”
Numerator’s transparent data exchange with consumers is built on three pillars: 1) upfront and clear communication with consumers about data collection; 2) a compelling value for consumers to share in the monetization of their data; and 3) and an easy user experience to share information.