Curtis (Curt) Hill serves as Vice President of Cisco’s Technical Support Services’ Customer Assurance team. As the “customer’s ultimate advocate” at Cisco, his team is responsible for resolving and minimizing critical customer issues across functional and geographical boundaries. The team also identifies systemic issues and facilitates the distribution of organizational learnings throughout the company to prevent future issues from occurring.
Hill began his career at Cisco in 1995 as a customer engineer supporting multi-protocol technologies. Since then, he has led teams that launched new support models and introduced new services for Cisco’s global service provider and enterprise customers. Most recently, he led the High-Touch Technical Support Organization and Cisco’s Latin America and Japan support delivery theatres.
Hill is the executive sponsor of the Organizational Learning Working Group, part of Cisco’s Quality Experience Steering Committee (QESC). He is a member of both the QESC and the Operational Excellence Steering Committee, cross-functional leadership teams that drive an improved customer experience across Cisco. In addition, Hill is the executive sponsor for several of Cisco’s top customer accounts.
Before joining Cisco, Hill held positions with Hewlett-Packard, Novell, and AT&T.
Hill holds a bachelor’s degree in business and a master’s degree in computer science. He has earned CCIE certification, as well as other industry standard credentials.