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Former Treasury and White House Official Jeffrey Kupfer Joins Starling Trust Sciences

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BOSTON, Mass. (June 3, 2015) – Starling Trust Sciences today announced the addition of Jeffrey Kupfer to its management team as Senior Director of Governance, Risk & Compliance Solutions. With more than two decades of leadership experience in government, business, and the non-­‐profit sector, the distinguished thought leader will help to bring Starling’s predictive behavioral analytics products to market in the banking, finance and energy sectors.

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Starling Trust in the Boston Globe

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Valerie Plame

Former CIA covert operations officer Valerie Plame joined Boston-based Starling Trust Sciences as an adviser this week. Starling aims to establish a digital trust infrastructure that would give people the ability to identify and connect with trustworthy peers. With the technology Starling is developing, users will see how trustworthy another person is based on various factors, including the number of mutual connections.

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Valerie Plame Joins Starling Trust Sciences Advisory Board

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“Former CIA Officer to Provide Tech Startup with Uniquely Informed Perspective on the
Importance of Trust in Government, the Intelligence Community, and Civic Bodies”

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (March 19, 2015) – Starling Trust Sciences today announced the addition of
Valerie Plame to its Advisory Board. A former CIA covert operations officer and critically
acclaimed author, Plame brings to Starling her unique experience of the role of trust in government
and security matters, helping to guide Starling’s development of technology tools that make visible
the trust networks that underlie organizational behavior.

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Starling Trust Sciences recently featured on The Hill

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Stephen Scott

February 13, 2015, 07:00 am

Following the Republican takeover of Congress, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) had suggested that the results of the mid-term election might be viewed as the rejection of “a government people can no longer trust.”

Most assuredly, McConnell’s comment was aimed at the Obama administration. But his summation of the public mood hints at a trust crisis that runs well beyond party lines to the very core of our essential institutions – Congress included.

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