Greg Mancusi-Ungaro '80 has been appointed vice president of marketing at SEPATON, Inc., the leader in enterprise-class disk-based data protection platforms. He will be responsible for all marketing on a global basis, including strategy development, messaging and positioning, lead generation, public relations, partner programs and product marketing. Mancusi-Ungaro said he is "very excited about joining the SEPATON team, and developing and implementing marketing strategies to take our business to the next level."
Mancusi-Ungaro has over two decades of experience in product and corporate marketing, holding senior marketing positions in technology companies ranging from start-up to leaders in their markets. He worked at open source start-up Ximian, which was acquired by Novell. He was director of marketing for Linux and Open Source at Novell, and a leader of Novell's worldwide Linux and open source marketing efforts. He developed Novell's Lizard Blizzard strategy and was one of the co-founders of the award-winning openSUSE project (www.opensuse.org). He also held senior marketing leadership positions at Lotus/IBM, Webhire, Deltek Systems, and Health Allianze.
At Hamilton, Mancusi-Ungaro majored in physics. He sang in the Choir and College Hill Singers, was a member of the Buffers, and created lighting designs for many theatre department, dance department and student-produced shows and recitals. During his senior year, he was awarded the Nelson Clark Dale, Jr. Prize in Music and the George Watson’s Teaching Fellowship.