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Vice president, Global Alliances and Channels
Mark Enzweiler serves as vice president, Global Channels for Red Hat. In this role, he is responsible for the development and execution of global channels strategy and sales. Enzweiler first joined Red Hat in 2006 as vice president of North America Channel Sales, a position he held for 18 months.
Prior to joining Red Hat, Enzweiler served as vice president of Global Channel Strategy and Sales for Lenovo. Earlier in his career, Enzweiler spent 25 years with IBM in various GM and channel executive roles, including GM of Europe, Middle East, and Africa and Latin America of the Personal Systems Group and of the Global Chemical and Petroleum Industry Group. There, Enzweiler was responsible for IBM's total business—hardware, software, and services—in these key industries and directed resources to develop and deliver solutions to the chemical and petroleum industries' top business challenges.
Enzweiler holds an MBA from Xavier University and a BS in psychology from Northern Kentucky University.