On the heels of Waymo’s CEO transition, the self-driving startup has lost its CFO, Ger Dwyer, and its Chief Automotive & Corporate Development Officer, Adam Frost.
The duo’s departure was first shared with employees earlier this week and confirmed to TechCrunch.
“We’re grateful to Ger and Adam for all they’ve done for Waymo and wish them all the best,” the autonomous vehicle technology company stated to TechCrunch. “An executive search is underway for a new CFO to lead us into our next chapter as we continue to build, deploy and commercialize the Waymo Driver.”
Dwyer and Frost join a host of other executives who have departed Waymo in the past six months. Beyond CEO John Krafcik’s exit, Chief Safety Officer Deborah Hersman departed in December and Tim Willis, the former Head of Manufacturing and Global Supply and General Manager of Laser Bear (Waymo’s lidar business) left in February.
In recent years and months, Waymo has steadily been advancing the capabilities of its autonomous public ride-hailing service, Waymo One, and autonomous delivery product, Waymo Via. Currently, Waymo One is offering fully autonomous services in the East Valley area of Phoenix, Arizona.
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