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.
SVP, Lenovo Group
Co-President, Mobile Business Group
Chairman & President, Motorola
As co-president of Lenovo’s Mobile Business Group and chairman and president of Motorola Mobility, Aymar leads Lenovo’s mobile business in North America, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), including R&D, product, and supply chain. Previously, Aymar was Lenovo’s president of North America responsible for the region’s sales, operations, growth, and profitability. He joined Lenovo in 2013 to lead the company’s drive in the mobile space in EMEA. He was promoted to president EMEA and senior VP Lenovo Group in January 2014 and at the same time joined the Lenovo Executive Committee. During his 30-year career, Aymar has held global leadership roles with companies in the US and Europe. He served as corporate VP and member of the Executive Committee of Capgemini, senior VP and president of SHBG at Acer, and CEO of Packard-Bell. While living in California, he held leadership positions with Softbank, Ziff-Davis, and Tandon. Aymar graduated from the ESSEC business school in France.
SVP of Engineering, Global Product Development
Iqbal is responsible for the development of the Company’s global portfolio of smartphones, wearables, and accessories. He has shaped the mobile industry by creating a number of firsts, including: the first Droid smartphone, Android tablet, and Android Wear watch. Iqbal also led the efforts on the first Android / Nexus phablet, first customizable smartphone, first shatterproof smartphone, first 4G mobile technology and chipset, industry IP, and the new award-winning Moto smartphone franchise. As a 20-year industry veteran, he has experience in leading start-up efforts and breakthrough technologies, and building product categories from scratch. In previous Motorola roles, Iqbal served as VP and GM of Motorola Europe Products & Symbian OS, CVP of Innovation Products, CVP of Converged Computing Group, and CVP of Innovation Products. In 2010, Iqbal was named among Crain’s Chicago Business' “40 Under 40.” He graduated from the University of Miami with a BSEE degree and later earned his M.E.M. from Northwestern University.
Corporate Vice President, Phone Sales Latin America
Sergio is a Motorola Mobility veteran, having spent the last 18 years in various roles within the company. Currently, he is the corporate vice president and general manager of Latin America and president of Motorola Brazil, and is responsible for the business strategy and direction for all operations in the region. Prior to this role, Sergio led the Mobile Devices business for Latin America, and spent two years in Mexico City as the regional sales director for Americas Movil. Before that, he spent three years in the U.S. leading the Strategic Planning and Companion Products businesses for the Americas region. Under his leadership, the company has seen significant growth in Brazil, Chile and Argentina. Sergio previously held leadership positions at IBM and Booz-Allen & Hamilton. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, a postgraduate degree from the Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) and bachelor's in Engineering from the University of São Paulo’s Escola Politécnica.
Senior Vice President, Software Engineering
Seang leads development of software applications, experiences, and services at Motorola Mobility. Prior to joining Motorola, Seang was GM, Mobile Development and Devices at Microsoft where he oversaw development of Lync and Skype applications for 200 million users across smartphones, tablets, consumer electronics, and wearables. Before Microsoft, Seang was CVP and Chief Software Engineer at Motorola Mobility, where he drove Motorola's Android efforts and evolved Motorola's software development processes for modern smartphone platforms. Earlier in his career, Seang developed software for the F-22 Raptor, Cubic Defense System's MILES tactical training system, and industrial data acquisition systems.