Certainly, most will acknowledge that Daniel Edward Fitzgibbons has expertise when it comes to the business of computer storage systems, his goal is to be seen as a lot more. He does good work as a Data Protection Business Manager at the Minneapolis, Minnesota office of EMC Corporation, a 37-year-old company that has become a prominent international technology company, producing revenue in the tens of billions of dollars every year. They also employ more than 70,000 globally. With
more than 25 years of technology and sales experience, he’s among the best, but he has also become a community leader in the Greater Minneapolis Area, his adopted home.
Now married with two children, Daniel Edward Fitzgibbons moved to the Twin Cities some time ago, and he loves his adopted home enough to give back when he can. That is why he helps to feed the hungry through his work with Loaves and Fishes, a program that serves nearly a half million nutritious, hot meals to the poor annually, as well as his work with Allan Law’s 363 Days Food Program, which works with Minneapolis Recreation Development and hundreds of community groups to distribute more than 600,000 sandwiches to the hungry and homeless every year. Through his work with Dress for Success Twin Cities, he helps to boost the economic independence of women through empowerment and working with Bridging, helps people in their transition out of homelessness.
As far as Daniel Edward Fitzgibbons is concerned, community and family always occupy a prominent position in his life. This was true even when he grew up in Fargo, North Dakota as the youngest of five children and grew up attending grade school and high school and busying himself with extracurricular activities, like singing in a group and belonging to a key club and a drama group. He also played high school football and golf back then.