Cisco DevNet Leader Susie Wee Leaves For Google

Cisco Systems’ enterprising DevNet leader Susie Wee left the company for Google after more than a decade with the networking giant.

Wee joined Google as a vice president on the company’s Core Experiences team, she revealed in a LinkedIn post on Monday.

“I’m thrilled to be joining a great team with the goal of creating experiences people love on Google products. More to come in the near futureā€¦ but first I have lots of people to meet and new things to learn! Wee said in his LinkedIn post about his new role.


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Wee is a seasoned technology leader who incubated the now thriving cisco development program, Cisco DevNet, while serving as vice president and technical director of networking experiences for Cisco in 2012. She rose through the ranks, becoming vice president and CTO and later Senior Vice President and CTO of the fully trained Cisco DevNet community. In her most recent role at Cisco, she served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of DevNet Ecosystem Success.

Under his leadership, Cisco DevNet has grown into a community with more than 650,000 software developers and IT professionals, including Cisco partners and customers, building solutions using Cisco’s platforms and APIs. Cisco. She led Cisco’s learning and certification business, which today includes more than 1.6 million active certified professionals holding CCIE, CCNP, and CCNA certifications, as well as CCIE, CCNP, and CCNA certifications. DevNet Associate and DevNet Professional certifications which were revealed in 2019. She also led Cisco’s CX Communities and Enablement group.

Prior to leading DevNet, Wee was vice president and chief technology and experience officer of collaboration and communications for Cisco when she started working for the company in 2011.

Wee spent more than 14 years at Hewlett-Packard before joining Cisco, most recently as the company’s Customer Cloud Services CTP.

A computer enthusiast, Wee serves on the Board of Directors of Analog Devices and on the visiting committee of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. She also served on the nonprofit Girls in Tech Board of Directors.

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