Samantha Greenberg has been named Chief Financial Officer of ID.me, the secure digital identity network with over 100 million members. Greenberg has over 20 years of experience leading financial operations, analyzing private and public technology and consumer companies, and scaling high-growth businesses, which he brings to ID.me.
ID.me, an identity company that enables consumers to easily access online services and benefits while controlling their personal data, also announced a $132 million Series D funding round led by Viking Global Investors and including CapitalG, Morgan Stanley Counterpoint, FTV Capital, PSP Growth, Auctus Investment Group, Moonshots Capital, and Scout Ventures. The latest round brings the company’s total investment to more than $240 million since its inception in 2010.
Greenberg was most recently the CFO of Mint House, where she was in charge of financial operations such as financial planning and analysis, accounting and reporting, investor relations, M&A, capital markets, audit, treasury, and tax.
Prior to joining Mint House, she worked at prestigious financial firms such as Citadel, Goldman Sachs, and Paulson & Co. Greenberg also founded, scaled, and led the SEC registration of Margate Capital Management LP, which grew to become the third-largest female-run hedge fund in the United States.
ID.me makes it easier for people to prove and share their identity online. ID.me’s secure digital identity network has over 100 million members who can use their ID.me Wallet to easily verify their identity across 30 states, 14 federal agencies, and over 500 name-brand retailers.
For organizations of all sizes, the company offers secure login, identity proofing, and community affiliation verification. ID.me’s technology meets the Commerce Department’s federal standards for consumer authentication and has been approved as a NIST 800-63-3 IAL2 / AAL2 credential service provider by the Kantara Initiative.
ID.me is dedicated to “No Identity Left Behind,” allowing everyone to have a secure digital identity.