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Josh Snowhorn

    Josh Snowhorn
    Vice President and General Manager, Interconnection

    Josh 's role is driving the expansion of CyrusOne's use of Internet exchanges at all of its locations to significantly increase the number of providers available to customers and enable Internet peering. and industry changing Seismic peering. He reports directly to Gary Wojtaszek, President & Chief Executive Officer of CyrusOne.

    Josh spent the last 12 years as vice president of business development at Terremark Worldwide. There, he developed new business in emerging markets and drove all business-related peering throughout the company's portfolio. In addition to his role at Terremark, Josh was affiliated with industry-leading organizations such as the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG), Réseaux IP Européens (RIPE), the European Internet Exchange Association (Euro-IX), and the Global Peering Forum (GPF), a joint venture that he co-founded with Equinix, AMS-IX, DE-CIX, and LINX.

    John Hatem

      John Hatem
      Vice President, Data Center Design and Construction

      John handles the financial management and strategic innovations involved with designing and constructing CyrusOne data centers.

      Prior to joining CyrusOne in 2011, he served as the director of design and construction for ConceptCSI Global Data Center Solutions. One of the preeminent construction firms in the industry, it is exclusively dedicated to the design, planning, and construction of mission-critical facilities throughout the world.

      With more than 20 years of experience in information technology and data center strategy, John started his career as a network operations engineer, and he has worked with some of the largest financial companies in the world, including JPMorgan Chase & Co. (formerly Bear Stearns & Co. Inc.), Deutsche Bank, and Morgan Stanley. As managing director at Bear Stearns, he was responsible for the strategic design, planning, and control of vital data centers worldwide.

      John studied at Texas Tech University.

      Dottie Spruce

        Dottie Spruce
        Executive Vice President - Sales

        Dottie joined CyrusOne in 2005 as the director of sales, she was promoted to vice president of business development and then executive vice president of sales in 2011.

        Dottie has been instrumental in driving revenue for CyrusOne over the last six years. In particular, she has developed and led a sales team and generated international revenue in multiple sites worldwide. She specializing in making CyrusOne the market leader of data center services in the oil and gas industry, and has penetrated other vertical industries including financial, retail, healthcare, and technology.

        With more than 30 years of sales experience in the information technology space, Dottie has held posts with CCI, Sprint, Paranet, and Burroughs, which later became Unisys. Accomplishments include selling full-service and project-based outsourced solutions to commercial businesses and leading the project management office for software development. She received a Bachelor Science in Business Administration & Communications from Houghton College.

        Scott Brueggeman

          Scott Brueggeman
          Chief Marketing Officer

          Scott Brueggeman is chief marketing officer of CyrusOne. He reports directly to Gary Wojtaszek, President & Chief Executive Officer of CyrusOne. His responsibilities include worldwide strategic marketing, branding, public relations, and advertising.

          Scott’s marketing experience includes Fortune 50 firms, as well as smaller high-growth companies. Before joining CyrusOne, he led marketing and inside sales at CoreLink Data Centers where he launched its new brand architecture and integrated marketing activities. Under his leadership, the company received several awards of distinction from the American Marketing Association and Business Marketing Association.

          Previously, he was chief marketing officer at PEAK6 Investments, a high growth financial services firm located at the Chicago Board of Trade. He was also vice president of marketing at CareerBuilder where he launched the company’s first national TV ad campaign which propelled it to become the number one online job board. Scott also held earlier leadership positions at AT&T and PepsiCo.

          Scott holds a bachelor's degree in science from the United States Merchant Marine Academy and a master's degree in marketing from the Kellogg Graduate School at Northwestern University.

          Tesh Durvasula

            Tesh Durvasula
            Chief Commercial Officer

            Tesh Durvasula is Chief Commercial Officer of CyrusOne. Tesh is responsible for Sales, Marketing, Strategy and M&A, and has extensive operating experience in the areas of data centers, hosting, cloud, fiber optics, and telecommunications.

            Prior to joining CyrusOne, Tesh was Chief Marketing and Business Officer at QTS, where he successfully helped to create a specialized sales team and organized their product, services and strategy around complex enterprises, colocation, hosting and cloud services.

            Prior to working for QTS, Tesh was Chief Marketing and Business Officer at Telx, a leading national provider of colocation and interconnection services. Tesh joined Telx by way of acquisition, when Telx and Digital Realty Trust acquired the interconnection businesses and data center business, respectively, of NYC-Connect, a New York City based data center and interconnection provider. Prior to that, Tesh held various management positions at Abovenet (recently sold to Zayo) and Sprint.

            Tesh has a BA from Syracuse University, where he studied Political Science and Economics.

            Kimberly Sheehy

              Kimberly H. Sheehy
              Chief Financial and Administrative Officer

              Kimberly Sheehy is Chief Financial Officer for CyrusOne. She reports directly to Gary Wojtaszek, President & Chief Executive Officer of CyrusOne. She joined CyrusOne Inc. in 2011 as the Chief Administrative Officer. Prior to that, Kimberly held various roles between 1996 and 2011 at Cincinnati Bell including Treasurer and Vice President of Investor Relations, Vice President of Finance and Managing Director of Corporate Tax. Prior to joining Cincinnati Bell, she held accounting and tax positions at Ernst & Young.

              Kimberly is a certified public accountant in the state of Ohio and a member of the Ohio Society of CPAs and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). She was also honored by the Cincinnati's One Hundred Wise Women program, which helps rising women leaders in Greater Cincinnati connect with some of the community's most accomplished women.

              Kimberly is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati receiving her bachelor's degree in accounting.

              Kevin Timmons

                Kevin Timmons
                Chief Technology Officer

                Kevin Timmons joined CyrusOne in October 2011 as Chief Technology Officer. In this role he is responsible for defining and sharing the technology roadmap for the company. He is also responsible for the site selection, design, and construction of CyrusOne’s worldwide datacenter assets.

                Prior to CyrusOne, he led Microsoft’s global data center team as GM, Data Center Services. In his 2 years at Microsoft he fundamentally changed the way that the company designed, developed, and operated of its worldwide data center assets. Under his leadership, Microsoft opened 4 of the world’s largest datacenters. These facilities were recognized for their innovation and industry-leading cost performance.

                Previously Kevin held several positions within the Operations team at Yahoo!. He originally joined Yahoo! via the GeoCities acquisition in September 1999 as Director of Operations. He was then promoted to Senior Director in August 2000, and assumed the role of Vice President in February 2006. Primary responsibilities included management of the global production operations team, including the operation of all customer-facing networks, data centers and supporting infrastructure. Prior to that, he was the fourth employee at GeoCities, which was acquired by Yahoo! for $4.6 billion in May 1999.

                Kevin’s background also includes over 10 years’ experience in real-time embedded systems software development with several leading aerospace firms such as Lockheed and Marconi Dynamics. He was instrumental in the development of the avionics display systems for the YF-22 fighter program, which was later selected by the Air Force as their next generation fighter platform as the F-22 Raptor.

                Kevin received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from the Engineering Department at the University of Illinois, Urbana – Champaign.