Nnamdi Orakwue is the Vice President of Cloud for Dell. In this role, Nnamdi is responsible for Dell's Cloud Services business globally, as well as leading the Cloud strategy across Dell's end-to-end Cloud portfolio. Prior to his current role, Nnamdi served as the executive assistant to Michael Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell. In this role, Nnamdi provided support to Mr. Dell on a wide range of strategic, management and operational matters. Before joining Dell, he spent 10 years at IBM in a variety of finance, business development and sales roles including international assignments in Lagos, Nigeria and London. In London, Nnamdi led the EMEA division of IBM's hosted ERP service, a precursor to the modern Cloud.
Nnamdi serves on the Associates Council of Prep for Prep, an organization based in New York City that identifies promising minority students and prepares them for high school and college admissions. Nnamdi earned a master's degree in business administration from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's degree in government from Harvard University.
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