Tricia Fitzmaurice Takes Nat’l Security Program Director Role at Red Hat

Jeff Brody
Tricia Fitzmaurice

Red Hat has promoted Tricia Fitzmaurice, who has more than two decades of government and commercial technology sales experience, as director of national security programs for the federal law enforcement and justice sector, Homeland Security Today reported Tuesday.

She will oversee the delivery of Red Hat’s offerings to customers in the intelligence community as well as the departments of Justice and Homeland Security.

Most recently, she served as regional manager for the same business unit and led efforts to help clients establish cloud computing infrastructure.

Fitzmaurice joined Red Hat in 2013 as its public sector senior account executive and DHS team lead.

She previously held senior account management roles at One Network Enterprises, i2 Technologies and IBM (NYSE: IBM), where she worked as senior consultant for secure supply chain management operations in Big Blue's global services arm earlier in her career.

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