FaceFirst Appoints Timothy Wall Chief Financial Officer

For Immediate Release

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FaceFirst Appoints Timothy Wall Chief Financial Officer

November 1, 2021

AUSTIN, TX – FaceFirst, Inc, a leader in facial recognition, announced the promotion of Timothy Wall to chief financial officer effective November 1, 2021. Wall previously held the position of vice president of finance at FaceFirst.

Wall has led finance operations for growth-stage technology companies for 20 years. He has been responsible for financial planning and budgeting, financial statement preparation, SEC reporting, audit management, as well as accounting and tax preparation supervision. Wall received his MBA from the University of Southern California. Before earning his MBA, Wall proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

“Tim has made significant contributions to the company,” said FaceFirst Chairman and CEO Dan Merkle. “He played a pivotal role in enhancing and guiding our planning and financial systems to strengthen our market position. He brings tremendous and proven judgement and is a key player of the executive team.”

Wall will direct all fiscal functions of the corporation and assist the executive management team establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies.


ABOUT FACEFIRST

FaceFirst helps customers create safer communities, improve customer experiences, and provide personalized service through facial recognition  and AI. Using the FaceFirst platform, retailers, transportation centers, healthcare providers, and other organizations can help prevent crime, reduce violence, and increase customer engagement. The FaceFirst platform is designed for accuracy, scalability, security, and privacy. The platform enables a range of surveillance and customer engagement benefits using mobile , access control, and desktop forensic face recognition capabilities. FaceFirst offers a robust API and SDK for integration into various systems and platforms. FaceFirst is designed, developed, and supported in the United States.