Adam Famularo

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As vice president of Global Channels at Verizon Enterprise Solutions, Adam Famularo is responsible for overseeing Verizon’s indirect enterprise distribution channels — partners, value-added resellers and systems integrators — across the U.S., EMEA, the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America. He drives customer growth through best-in-class engagement of the enterprise channel, applying more than 16 years of leadership experience in sales, channels and general management.

In his previous role at enterprise software and SaaS management provider CA Technologies, Adam served as senior vice president of Partner Sales, responsible for developing new business partnerships and growing the company’s penetration and revenue by driving go-to-market activities with partners.

As SVP and General Manager for business units in Cloud Computing, as well as the Recovery Management and Data Modeling, Adam has held complete ownership of product lines from initial product strategy to product development, marketing and all sales channels.

Receiving several honors, including CRN Magazine’s Top 30 Executive in their 30s (2012), Long Island Business News Top 40 Executives Under 40 (2012), CRN Magazine’s Top 10 Channel Strategists (2011) and ranking 1st in Top 25 Most Innovative Executives (2010). Adam has also been recognized as a CRN Channel Chief from 2009 thru 2014.

Adam serves on the National Advisory Council for Donorschoose.org, a charity focused on helping children find success in the classroom. Previously, he served as a Commissioner for the Obama Administration’s TechAmerica Foundation CLOUD2 Commission. As a technology investor, he is a member of HBS Alumni Angels and the LI Angel Network, helping to build up the technology market in the NY area while staying in front of what’s new in technology.

A graduate of the General Management Program at Harvard Business School, Adam earned an MBA from Dowling College and a BS in Business Economics from the State University of New York College at Oneonta.

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