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
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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