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Partner Sales Organization
Stacy Betts is the Senior Director, Partner Sales Organization for Cisco. He is responsible for driving over $24B in annual revenue through channel partners in the US. Stacy and his team are leading partners through current market transitions by accelerating adoption of Cisco’s 4 Pillar Strategy: Reimagine Your Applications; Secure Your Data; Transform Your Infrastructure; Empower Your Teams.
As a leader, Stacy has created a culture based on LEARN, LEAD and SERVE, an approach focused on developing a world-class sales team prepared to lead and serve Cisco Partners and their local communities. Prior to his current role, Betts led the US Nationals Partner Organization, which accounted for 65% of Cisco’s US revenue.
Over his 25 year career at Cisco, Stacy has held numerous leadership positions on high performing teams across Inside Sales, Program Management, Service Provider and Channels. From 2010-2014, he served as the Executive Sponsor of Cisco’s premier leadership development program for the Americas Partner Organization called Leadership in Action (LiA), graduating over 180 Cisco Channel employees.
Outside Cisco, Stacy is focused on serving his community. He currently volunteers for Sports Missions Outreach (SMO) – an organization dedicated to building up student athletes by developing their leadership and life skills.
Hailing from Garner, NC, Stacy graduated from North Carolina State University, Magna Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Minor in Business Management and recently completed a 3 year term on the Board of Advisors for the NC State Poole College of Management.
While an undergrad, he was a 4 year pitcher for the baseball team and a member of their 1992 ACC Championship Team.
Stacy resides in Raleigh, NC with his wife of 23 years, Angie, and two children, Morgan (17) and Landon (15).
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