Motorola Mobility executives follow in a long line of people who have steered communications technology from the 20th century into the 21st. Here you will find their bios and high-resolution images of them.
Dennis Woodside took on leadership of Motorola Mobility in May 2012, after he oversaw the company’s acquisition by Google. Prior to joining Motorola Mobility, Dennis was Google’s Vice President of Americas Operations, managing the company’s relationships with partners and advertising agencies. In the U.S. alone, Dennis and his team drove revenue from $10.8 billion to $17.5 billion in fewer than three years. Dennis started his career at Google in 2003 spearheading investment across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Prior to joining Google, Dennis was an associate partner at McKinsey and Company, where he led operational and strategy projects for multinational clients in the technology and media industries.
Iqbal oversees the development of leading-edge mobile technologies, architecture, system design and products. He has successfully led development of Moto X, Droid, RAZR, and iDEN PTT product lines. He is also responsible for numerous innovations powering Motorola devices including low power Mobile Computing System, 4G chipset and MAXX battery technology. Previously, as the CVP of innovation products, Iqbal led company’s most ambitious startup effort to bring the original Droid product line to market. He has also served as the VP & GM of Motorola Europe products. Iqbal holds a BSEE from University of Miami and a master’s of engineering management from Northwestern University. He also serves on Northwestern’s MEM executive advisory board.
John Carney oversees all aspects of Motorola Mobility’s global sales operations. Prior to joining Motorola, John was senior vice president of consumer marketing at Sprint Nextel, where he delivered 10 consecutive quarters of year-over-year customer growth and led a customer retention turnaround via a multi-billion dollar consumer marketing effort. Prior to working at Sprint Nextel, John was president and CEO for wireless carrier Affinity Mobile and before that he spent nearly a decade at T-Mobile USA where he ran the sales organization. John holds an MBA in Marketing from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a Bachelor’s in Marketing from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.
Regina Dugan leads the Advanced Technology & Projects (ATAP) group at Motorola Mobility. Skunkworks-inspired, ATAP is optimized for speed and focused on harnessing best-in-class, interdisciplinary talent to translate technological developments into visionary products. Prior to joining Motorola Mobility, Regina was most recently the Director of DARPA, the principal agency within the U.S. Department of Defense for research, development and demonstration of high-risk, high-payoff capabilities. In 2000, Regina was awarded the Bronze de Fleury medal by the Army Engineer Regiment. She also co-founded an investment company, served as senior executive in several high tech startups, is an inventor or co-inventor on several patents and has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Caltech.
Adrienne joined Motorola in 2013 to oversee global communications, including corporate and consumer PR, media relations, and social media channels. Prior to joining Motorola, she was general manager of Edelman's New York Consumer Marketing practice where she oversaw specialists in marketing, media, digital communication and content. She was a 2012 recipient of PR Week's "40 Under 40" honor. From 2005 to 2007, Adrienne worked onsite at Burger King's world headquarters, providing real-time strategic counsel to the marketing team and CMO. Before joining Edelman in 2005, Adrienne held positions at Porter Novelli Chicago, Dome Hill & Knowlton and Euro RSCG Tatham, where she helped launch the PR division in the Chicago office.
Steve’s team is responsible for delivering rich mobile experiences to customers through the development of compelling applications, services and devices. Prior to joining Motorola Mobility, Steve was CTO at Coupons.com, where he led worldwide engineering and technology strategy. Before that, Steve worked at Google, where he led the engineering team responsible for the creation of the Android mobile operating system and platform. Steve also spent almost nine years at Microsoft in leadership roles developing and shipping a range of consumer products including AT&T U-verse, Windows Media Center Edition, UltimateTV, Dishplayer and WebTV. Steve began his career at Apple where he spent six years working on Macintosh products and technologies.
Bill oversees all aspects of product and regional marketing, marketing strategy, consumer research and analytics, communications, brand management and advertising. He has a proven track record in the high-tech industry and is recognized as an expert in building and reinvigorating major brands. Before joining Motorola Mobility in 2012, Bill was senior vice president of marketing for Sprint Nextel, overseeing marketing for Sprint, Virgin Mobile, Nextel, Boost Mobile and Assurance Wireless. During his five years at Sprint, Bill delivered the most improved customer satisfaction in any industry over a 3-year period. Before Sprint Nextel, Bill served in leadership roles at Microsoft and SBC Communications (now AT&T). Bill is a graduate of Saint Louis University.
Scott’s team sets overall legal strategy, partners with business leads, negotiates all strategic deals with customers, suppliers and partners; manages the global trademark and litigation portfolio and maintains legal compliance. Most recently, Scott served as a key leader in the planning and structuring of Motorola’s businesses into two independent, publicly traded companies following the separation of the company in 2011. Scott also led the formation of the combined Intellectual Property business and legal teams. Prior to joining Motorola Mobility, Scott worked for law firm Boodle Hatfield and Royal Dutch Shell plc.
Rick Osterloh is responsible for the planning, strategy and delivery of products at Motorola Mobility. Rick has a long and successful track record in the industry, most recently serving as vice president of product and design at Skype, where he oversaw product for more than 250 million monthly Skype users. Prior to Skype, Rick was responsible for the delivery of software and operation of the Android platform at Motorola. Before Motorola, Rick led product management at Good Technology, managed enterprise software projects for Fortune 1000 companies at Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group, worked in product management at Amazon.com and analyzed wireless industry investments for Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
Mark leads all elements of Motorola Mobility’s supply chain and operations, which includes procurement, operations, logistics, customer service, quality and planning. He most recently served as vice president of supply chain & operations for Lab126/Amazon, where he built the supply chain that produced Amazon’s Kindle and Kindle Fire. Prior to Amazon, Mark spent 14 years at Nokia, working across multiple departments, and served as vice president of global materials and then chief procurement officer at Flextronics. Mark grew up in England and has lived in and led teams in Europe, North America and China.
Scott manages all aspects of human resources at Motorola Mobility, including talent management, benefits, staffing, employee development and compensation. Scott previously served in human resources leadership roles at Visa, NVIDIA and Portal Software. Prior to taking on executive HR positions, Scott was a managing consultant at Towers Perrin. He started his career in the military where he was an engineering company commander, personnel officer and member of the leadership faculty at West Point.
Jim leads a global creative staff committed to delivering unique and intuitive industrial design and user experiences for mobile products at Motorola Mobility. Credited with more than 50 design and utility patents, Jim has received multiple global design awards. Prior to joining Motorola in 2001, Jim served in design leadership roles at Sapient and Sony. He holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial design from the University of Illinois and a graduate degree in design from Nihon University in Japan.
Vanessa oversees all financial activities, real estate and workplace services, corporate development, information technology, strategy and companion products. Prior to joining Motorola Mobility, Vanessa was the chief financial officer of Marsh & McLennan Companies, a publicly traded professional services firm. She’s a tech finance veteran, having also held CFO roles at 360networks, Metricom and Adelphia Communications, where she was part of an executive team that oversaw one of the most complex bankruptcy cases in U.S. history. Vanessa currently serves on the board of directors for SIRIUS XM Radio Inc. and previously served on the boards of InfoSpace and KGB USA, Inc.