Executive Profile: Rick Herrmann, Intel’s Public Sector Director for Americas
Rick Herrmann serves as Intel's public sector director for the Americas, making him responsible for strategy, select end-user relationships and Intel's partner ecosystem, guiding stakeholders through digital and information technology transformation. He has spent nearly three decades in the company holding progressively responsible roles, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Before taking on his current role in January 2017, Herrmann worked as Intel's director of public-sector initiatives, serving customers in the state, local and education markets.
He spent eight years as the global manager of Intel's government and high-performance computing program office, where he contributed to an effort to deliver high-speed internet connectivity to developing countries.
His other prior roles at Intel include architecture distribution channels manager, server business development manager and sales support specialist.
For brief periods, Herrmann served in board and technology industry advisory roles at CTCnet and Accelerate Oregon. Hermann also served on the public sector group board of Tech America.
He earned master's degrees in cybersecurity strategy and information management and international science and technology policy from The George Washington University.
Herrmann also holds a master's degree in technology management from Pepperdine University and a bachelor's degree in business from Northeastern University.
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