Profile: Matt Campbell, Microsoft

Matt Campbell, Microsoft

Matt Campbell is director of federal sales for Microsoft.

Campbell has been with Microsoft since 1996, serving various roles in the company’s enterprise and partner group. He joined the company’s health solutions group in 2007.

Campbell’s first role in the health solutions group was as sales director in the Asia-Pacific region, based in Singapore. His areas of responsibility included the Asia-Pacific region and the Chinese-speaking world.

Campbell has 15 years of industry background, with previous experience from Stryker and the Virginia Neurological Institute at the University of Virginia.

Campbell holds a Bachelor of Science from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.

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