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Matthew Szulik

Matthew J. Szulik - past chairman of Red Hat, leader of some other technology companies, such as Interleaf and MapInfo for more than 20 years. Szulik had also held the titles of chief executive officer and president of Red Hat, but resigned from these positions on December 20, 2007. [1]

Szulik is passionate about improving the educational opportunities for students worldwide through open source, and he is a spokesperson to industry, government, and education leaders on open source computing.

Szulik is the Chairman of the Science and Technology Board for State of North Carolina's Economic Development Board. He is past Chairman and an Executive Director of the North Carolina Electronics and Information Technologies Association.

Szulik was recently recognized by CIO Magazine with its 20/20 Vision Award.[2][3]

Szulik is a graduate of Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire.

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  1. ^ A message from Matthew at Red Hat News
  2. ^ INTRODUCTION - The CIO 20/20 Vision Awards - CIO.com - Business Technology Leadership
  3. ^ CIO 20/20 Honorees-Innovator's Profile: Matthew Szulik of Red Hat Inc. - CIO.com - Business Technology Leadership
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