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San Diego, California, Sept. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HUMBL, Inc. (OTC Markets: HMBL) is proud to announce that Peter M. Schulte has joined the HUMBL Board of Directors as an independent director.
Mr. Schulte holds the position of Managing Partner and Co-founder of private equity firm CM Equity Partners. His past experience includes public and private debt and equity financing and M&A at Salomon Brothers Inc. and large systems marketing at IBM’s Data Processing Division.
Mr. Schulte has also established two successful publicly traded companies: ICF International and ATS Corporation. Mr. Schulte currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors at Black ICE Holdings, Citizant, Inc., and JANUS Research Group, Inc. among others.
Mr. Schulte is a graduate of Harvard College (AB) and also holds a Master’s degree in Public and Private Management (MPPM) from Yale University.
“I want to thank Peter for joining us on the path forward at HUMBL. We look forward to gaining significant experience and insights from him across our core product lines, corporate strategy, and mergers and acquisitions,” said Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL.
HUMBL is a blockchain firm focused on mobile payments, ticketing and NFTs.
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