Kate O’Sullivan is the general manager of Digital Diplomacy within Microsoft’s Corporate, External and Legal Affairs Department. In this role, O’Sullivan leads Microsoft’s global cyber security strategy and related public policy campaigns such as its Defending Democracy and Digital Peace initiatives. Prior to working at Microsoft, O’Sullivan was managing director at the global communications and public affairs consultancy, Burson-Marsteller, heading up their Corporate Practice in San Francisco. Earlier in her career, she was on the co-founding team and was vice president of marketing and communications at SEVEN Networks. Before SEVEN, O’Sullivan was vice president and managing director at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, and managed Ogilvy’s Silicon Valley technology practice. O’Sullivan currently serves on the board of 826 National, IESE Business School, Bay Area Council and sf.citi. She graduated from University of Colorado in Boulder with a degree in International Relations.
Biography current as of September 25, 2018