Executive Profile: Susan Pompliano Keys, Sales VP for Avaya Government Solutions

Avaya Logo_ExecutiveBizSusan Pompliano Keys serves as the vice president of sales at Avaya‘s government solutions business and is based in Fairfax, Virginia.

Prior to this role, Keys oversaw Riverbed Technology‘s business and partner development functions in the federal market.

She also ran a government consulting services firm and served in executive roles at Cisco, Lockheed Martin and Oracle.

Keys holds a bachelor’s degree in management from James Madison University and a master’s degree in information systems from George Mason University.

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