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Terry Meyer, Senior Director of the National Security Division at Microsoft

Terry Meyer,

Senior Director,


Terry Meyer, Senior Director of the National Security Division at Microsoft

Terry Meyer serves as the senior director of Microsoft’s national security division, providing technology and engineering expertise to drive outcomes in national security.

Meyer said he supports the company’s delivery of advanced computing and analytics capabilities from the cloud to the edge. He also helps modernize legacy systems to allow clients to make the most out of their data, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Before he took on his current role in June 2018, Meyer served as Microsoft’s global public sector industry lead for enterprise services. The role was responsible for developing new ways for clients to engage with customers, empower employees and reap the advantages of cloud, big data, artificial intelligence and cognitive services.

He was previously Microsoft’s director of Department of Defense services sales, leading a team tasked with developing critical information technology communications and computing solutions for a variety of customers.

Prior to joining the company in June 2007, Meyer spent more than 26 years in the U.S. Army. He took on humanitarian and national security missions in the United States, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.

He earned a Master of Business Administration degree in finance and strategy from the University of Texas, a master of strategic studies in interagency government operations from the U.S. Army War College and a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from the University of Northern Iowa.

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