Salesforce.com Appoints New SVP Global Public Sector
Tuesday, January 18, 2022 8:53 AM

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Enterprise cloud computing company Salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) has appointed Matt Miszewski as senior vice president of Global Public Sector.

Miszewski reports to Hilarie Koplow-McAdams, executive vice president of sales.  In his newrole, Miszewski will lead salesforce.com’s global public sector initiatives to help governments make their citizens more successful through thepower of cloud computing.

Miszewski joins salesforce.com afterserving as the general manager of Worldwide Government for Microsoft. Prior tojoining Microsoft, Miszewski was CIO for the state of Wisconsin where heoversaw the state’s approximately $400 million annual investment in informationtechnology and was a strategic advisor in the governor’s cabinet.  

Miszewski has alsoserved as president of the National Association of State CIO’s (NASCIO) helpingto lead state CIO’s in all 50 states in the US.

He holds a BA inPolitical Science, Int’l Affairs and a minor in Economics, MarquetteUniversity, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and a JD with a concentration in Labor andCorporate Law, University of Wisconsin Law School.

Salesforce.com was trading at $146.47 on January 14.

 

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