Few would disagree with the contention that Dan Fitzgibbons is good at his job. He has plenty of expertise in the business of computer storage systems and he is successful as the Data Protection Business Manager for the Minneapolis, Minnesota office of EMC Corporation. EMC is an international tech company that employs more than 70,000 globally. To date, Dan has more than 25 years of technology and sales experience, which makes him one of the best. However, these days, it can’t be denied that he has become a community leader as well. To Dan Fitzgibbons, Minneapolis is the community he loves, along with his beautiful wife and two children, and he loves to help.
As far as Dan Fitzgibbons is concerned, family and community have always been major priorities role in his life, from the time he was the youngest of five children growing up in Fargo, North Dakota. As he was growing up there, he attended Holy Spirit Grade School through the eighth grade and then Shanley High, where he was active with the Sandpebbles singing group and a key club at the same time he played football and golf, as well as intramural hockey. After starting his education at North Dakota State and transferred just over the state line to Moorhead State University in Minnesota, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Business Administration.
Among the community causes he supports in the Twin Cities includes his work to feed the hungry with Loaves and Fishes, a massive program that proudly served more than 460,000 nutritious, hot meals to the poor in 2015 alone. He also partners with Allan Law’s 363 Days Food Program, which worked with Minneapolis Recreation Development and hundreds of community groups to distribute hundreds of thousands of nutritious sandwiches to the hungry and homeless.