Vivian Leung joins board of directors at Enghouse Systems

Leung is general counsel at Magnet Forensics

Vivian Leung joins board of directors at Enghouse Systems

Enghouse Systems Limited has announced the appointment of Vivian Leung to its board of directors, effective September 7, 2023.

Leung has over 20 years of experience as a corporate lawyer in the technology sector, most recently in her current role as general counsel of Magnet Forensics where she has spent the past eighteen months supporting all strategic initiatives for the company, and focusing on mergers and acquisitions, compliance with securities laws, public company work and continuous disclosure. She also manages corporate governance matters.

She previously served as general counsel at BlueCat Networks and assistant general counsel at Open Text. She has served on the boards of the Chartered Professionals in Human Resources and the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada, along with other not for profit organizations. 

"Vivian brings a strong background in the technology sector that will augment our current board," said Steve Sadler, chairman and CEO of Enghouse. "We are pleased to welcome her and look forward to her contributions going forward."

The Canadian publicly traded company Enghouse Systems provides vertically focused enterprise software solutions focusing on contact centers, video communications, healthcare, telecommunications, public safety and the transit market. Enghouse shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

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