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MICHAEL O'NEILL

Senior Director, Evangelist of Microsoft Technologies

Michael O'Neill

A man who wears multiple hats, Michael is an enthusiastic technology leader and mentor with people-first attitude. As a well-versed preacher of Microsoft solutions with decades of experience, he is an expert in assisting organizations to build successful Microsoft partnerships.

Michael O’Neill is the Evangelist of Microsoft Technologies at Feuji. He is a Senior Director and responsible for driving adoption of Microsoft technologies.

Michael comes to Feuji after spending 18 years working at Microsoft in various technical, sales, marketing, and management roles. During his time at Microsoft, he was a Corporate Account Executive, a Global Account Technology Specialist for EDS worldwide, a founder and Group Manager of the Microsoft National Seminar Team, and a National Marketing Manager. In addition, Michael specialized in professional presenting and was often asked to deliver keynote speeches and technical training. He also ran Microsoft’s U.S. Leadership Development program for high performers for over seven years.

Michael left Microsoft in 2008 to work as National Director of New Horizons Training Centers. He also worked for BrainStorm training as a Senior Trainer and Avanade as a Microsoft Partner Manager. He went back twice to work at Microsoft as a presenter contractor for multiple years. For the last five years, Michael has been a consultant for Microsoft partners wishing to grow and establish their Microsoft businesses.

Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin. He is an active member of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity - Eta Chapter, one of the oldest fraternity chapters at the university to serve the community.

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