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Director, Americas Field & Partner Marketing
Daniel Sullivan (He/Him) is the Director for AppDynamics Americas Field & Partner marketing team.
In his current role, he is responsible for leading the marketing strategy for AppDynamics channel and sales segment in the Americas region. His team is focused on building marketing demand generation campaigns to meet business priorities, and accelerating AppDynamics and Cisco's recurring revenue.
He started at Cisco in 2012, where he held various roles both in partner marketing and strategy & planning.
Daniel volunteers as a LGBTQ+ Crisis Counselor for The Trevor Project Lifeline, a leading U.S. organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. Weekly he volunteers his time to be available for distressed LGBTQ+ youth and supports them through what they are calling for.
He calls New York, NY home now since 2017, immigrating from Canada. Daniel has a passion for food and traveling and you can find him with different Webex backgrounds as he truly embraces Cisco's hybrid work culture.
When Giving Back, Gives Back to You
Daniel S. is an AppDynamics Marketing Director, volunteering with The Trevor Project as a meaningful way to give back to his LGBTQ+ community but finds that Time2Give gives back to him, too.
Becoming Future Ready with Marketing Velocity
As we begin to emerge from the global pandemic and head into what is predicted as one of the biggest economic recoveries in history, there is no single “new normal” that will emerge as different markets recover at different speeds and in different capacities. What is certain, is that partners need to be prepared to meet the needs of customers, whatever they may be.
Marketing Velocity: When plans change, agility becomes our strength
Daniel Sullivan takes a look at the highlights from the recent Marketing Velocity broadcast, where we looked at how Cisco partners can help our customers build business resiliency and transition into the future of work.