Chris Weiler, Chief Executive Officer


Christopher J. Weiler co-founded KLDiscovery in 2005 and has served as its Chief Executive Officer and a director since such time. Mr. Weiler was awarded EY entrepreneur of the year in 2014 for the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Prior to co-founding KLDiscovery, Mr. Weiler co-founded On-Site Sourcing in 1993, a litigation support and electronic discovery services company, and served as its President and Chief Executive Officer until August 2004. From 1991 to 1992, Mr. Weiler worked for Pitney Bowes Management Services as a manager, and from 1985 to 1991, he served in the U.S. Navy as a surface warfare officer and as a Navy Senate Liaison Officer in Washington, D.C. Mr. Weiler received a B.S. in Political Science and graduated with merit from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1985. Mr. Weiler was also awarded the MVP and Jeffrey Korn leadership and academic awards for the 1984 Navy football team.

Dawn Wilson, Chief Financial Officer


Ms. Wilson joined KLDiscovery as Chief Financial Officer in September 2017. As CFO she provides global leadership and oversight of all financial activities including executing a strategy of growth and profitability while building out a best-in-class, scalable finance function. Beginning in January 2019, Ms. Wilson is also overseeing the global HR team.

Ms. Wilson has over 20 years’ experience in finance and accounting primarily with public companies in the technology and services industry. Areas of expertise include mergers & acquisitions, leadership and talent development, information systems, financial planning, process re-engineering and cash management. Prior to KLDiscovery, she was with CoStar Group ("CSGP"), the leading provider of commercial real estate information, analytics and online marketplaces. During her tenure, the company grew from $100 million to over $800 million in revenues and from a loss to EBITDA of over $200 million. Growth included significant core growth as well as growth from acquisition, where Ms. Wilson was responsible for the integration of over 20 acquisitions. Prior to CoStar, Ms. Wilson was VP of Finance at Interstate Hotels and Resorts (“IHR”), CFO of Ciraden and a Manager with Arthur Andersen. She holds a Masters in Accounting from Virginia Tech.

Danny Zambito, Chief Operating Officer


Mr. Zambito joined KLDiscovery in August of 2008 as Director of Project Management. In that role, Mr. Zambito was tasked with the growth and development of the project management group and providing consultative support to a variety of corporate and legal customers. Today, Mr. Zambito is Chief Operating Officer for KLDiscovery’s Legal Technology Operations and Client Services. In this role, he continues to provide consultative support to clients and is responsible for global operations across the Legal Technologies business line.

Prior to joining KLDiscovery, Mr. Zambito was with ONSITE3 from 2002 – 2008 where he filled several roles, most recently as the Director of Client Services. As Director of Client Services, he assumed overall responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the project management group. Mr. Zambito also provided horizontal support to project managers/production staff in addition to vertical support on several key engagements; including a national program for a federal law enforcement agency.

Over the past decade, Mr. Zambito has supported a broad variety of matters, including DOJ second requests, anti-trust, criminal, SEC, FTC, and private matters.

Robert Hunter, EVP, Global IT and eDiscovery Operations


Mr. Hunter joined KLDiscovery in 2008 as a forensic and eDiscovery analyst. During his earlier years of the company, Mr. Hunter was integral in the creation of the company’s first internal Information Technology group as well as process design and workflow standards for many others. He has performed countless forensic collections and has had hands-on experience conducting data analysis using a breadth of eDiscovery tools. He was quickly promoted to Manager and in 2011 became the company’s first Director of Operations & Forensics. Mr. Hunter has also played a vital role in the research, planning, testing, verification and maintenance of in-house developed software for the acquisition, culling, processing and reporting of various types of data. He has been overseeing the day-to-day operations ever since and continues to expand his responsibilities as the company has grown globally.

A 2006 graduate of Eastern Michigan University, Mr. Hunter earned a Bachelor of Science in Technology Management. In 2007 he had also attained a certificate in Information Assurance (CTIA) and an advanced certificate in Computer Forensics (CVCFC) through Washtenaw County Community College. During his time as an examiner, he was a member of numerous forensic societies and certification groups along with his currently held Private Investigator licenses.

As one of the earliest employees of KLDiscovery, Mr. Hunter has had the luxury of being a part of nearly every team in the company - experience that is invaluable as he leads a myriad of global operations teams today. In part, he manages nearly half of the staff at KLDiscovery, with a focus on global Facilities, Information Technology and Security, Forensics and all Operations (Paper, eDiscovery, Hosting, and Data Storage Technologies/Data Recovery).

Krystina Jones, Chief Revenue Officer


Ms. Jones joined KLDiscovery in 2006 in a sales role, where she was responsible for generating new business from Am Law 100 law firms and Fortune 500 corporations. During her tenure with KLDiscovery, Ms. Jones has consistently created opportunities, developed new clients and increased the company’s client base by delivering tailored solutions and service excellence. She is a top producing sales representative in the organization, focused on corporate accounts.

Today, Ms. Jones is Executive Vice President, Global Sales & Marketing where she is responsible for KLDiscovery's global sales and marketing organizations for the Legal Technologies and Data Recovery businesses. In this role, she is responsible for developing, implementing and executing a global sales & marketing strategy across the entire organization. Additionally, Ms. Jones is responsible for KLDiscovery's global sales operations teams who support the business development managers in delivering best-in-class service to their clients. She continues to maintain, and grow, her existing book of business.

Ms. Jones has over a decade and a half of experience in the industry at KLDiscovery, and has held a variety of leadership positions with the company throughout its eleven acquisitions and integrations.

Ms. Jones holds a dual degree in Marketing Management from Virginia Tech.

Andy Southam, General Counsel


Mr. Southam joined KLDiscovery in March 2017 as Head of Legal for EMEA and APAC and was promoted to General Counsel in September 2017. Mr. Southam is an English qualified lawyer and is based in London. As General Counsel, he is responsible for all legal aspects of the business including compliance, M&A and litigation.

Mr. Southam trained at the London office of DLA Piper, one of the world’s largest law firms, before qualifying into the Technology and Media Group in 2003. He spent four years advising clients on IP/IT legal issues before moving in-house in 2007 at the advertising group, Bartle Bogle Hegarty. He became Legal Director and a Partner at Bartle Bogle Hegarty prior to its sale to Publicis in June 2012. Mr. Southam joined the NetNames Group, a domain name and brand protection service company, in June 2013 following its acquisition by HG Capital. In his role as General Counsel, he oversaw two acquisitions and the subsequent sale of the business in July 2016 to Corporation Service Company, a Delaware based provider of business solutions.

Mr. Southam holds a Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice from the University of Bristol and undertook his Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School.