Senior VP of Cisco Systems to Speak at APU
On Tuesday, March 22, the Scholars for Business Achievement and the School of Business and Management welcome Chuck Robbins, senior vice president of Cisco Systems as part of the Spring 2011 Speaker Series.
- When: Tuesday, March 22, at 11:15 a.m.
- Where: Wyant Lecture Hall in Wilden Hall, East Campus
Designed to encourage dialogue between the university community and leading figures in the business sector, this series aims to enhance student and faculty understanding of the challenges and successes business leaders experience.
About Chuck Robbins:
With more than 20 years building and directing teams to conduct and oversee next-generation sales operations, Chuck Robbins is chartered with leading the top-revenue generating operation for Cisco, making him ultimately responsible for $8 billion in sales. Robbins has earned a reputation for, and brings to the senior leadership team, his approach to customer intimacy, integrated country management and high field engagement and enablement. He joined Cisco in 1997 as an account manager and moved up to become senior vice president of Cisco Systems. In this role, Robbins leads a number of corporate initiatives, including Inclusion and Diversity for the United States and Canada. He is also a member of Cisco Women’s Advisory Group. Robbins holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics with a computer science concentration from the University of North Carolina.
For more information, contact the School of Business and Management at (626) 815-6000, Ext. 3085.