Brian oversees the HPE Services organization in the U.S. Public Sector—a market that includes Federal, State and local government customers, as well as higher education and federal system integrators. Brian’s team ensures our customers have access to the expertise they need to solve their largest IT challenges, transform their technology and streamline their operations. HPE Services include technology consulting, traditional operational support services, and HPE’s GreenLake Cloud Services. As a leader, Brian relishes the opportunity to develop talent within his organization and prides himself on ensuring all team members are successful while maintaining a positive work-life balance.
Previously, Brian led the U.S. Public Sector Channels & Strategic Programs team at HPE, ensuring channel partners’ experience with HPE is efficient and profitable. His programs team led the pursuit of strategic government programs and contracts, developing win strategy, pricing and teaming strategy.
Prior to joining HPE, Brian was Regional Sales Director of Dell’s Army Sales Team, and was a Capture Manager, covering myriad Federal Programs. Prior to that, Brian, who is an attorney, worked in hotel asset management and residential real estate development. He was also Vice President of Business Development at Commerce.TV Corporation, developing software and solutions for the cable television industry.
Brian lives in Wakefield, Massachusetts with his wife, Sandi, and their three children—Allison, Jillian & Quinlan. He is heavily involved in his community, serving his town for nearly 20 years as a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals and later as an elected official on his town’s governing board. Outside of HPE, Brian’s most significant hobby and creative outlet is photography.
Brian is a graduate of the Boston College Carroll School of Management (B.S. Finance & Information Systems) and Boston College Law School. He has served as President of the Boston College Law School Alumni Association and is a member of the Clover Club of Boston. He is also a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court.