Primary Role
GM, Public Safety Initiatives at Microsoft
Education
California State University, Fresno

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Tammy Savage is the general manager of Microsoft’s Public Safety initiatives, where she leads corporate efforts to bring Microsoft’s technology to bear on some of our world’s most challenging problems.

Savage joined Microsoft Field Sales based in New York in 1993 and then relocated to Microsoft’s corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington. In 1995, when the education and technology communities were widely debating viability of computers in classrooms, Savage pioneered the concept of every child using a laptop computer to learn in the United States, United Kingdom and Singapore through Microsoft’s Anytime Anywhere Learning initiative. In 1997, when instant messaging was emerging as a teenage pastime, she lead a research and product development effort to understand how real time communications affect collaboration in the work environment and built supporting peer-to-peer technologies.

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