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Brad Brooks: a small-town boy with big ambitions

The OneLogin chief executive’s rural background instilled in him a desire to succeed that has taken him to the upper echelon of the tech world

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

19th January, 2020
OneLogin chief executive Brad Brook believes that companies are built by people, not by their products

Given that he hails from a small town in northern California, it’s no surprise that Brad Brooks always wanted a shot at leading a company that could influence the wider world.

The chief executive of OneLogin, which opened its EMEA offices in Dublin last year, comes from a place called Millville. He described the town, which is about 250 miles north of San Francisco, as having 150 people there when he grew up...

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