Greg Brown is chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola Solutions, where he has led the company for over 11 years. He is the longest-serving CEO of the company, after the founder Paul Galvin and his son Bob. Under Brown’s leadership, the company has been completely transformed, and total shareholder return is over 400%. Today this 90-year-old global company is a leader in mission critical communications, command center software and video security & analytics for public safety and commercial enterprises.
Brown serves on the Board of Governors of Rutgers University where he chairs the Committee on Intercollegiate Athletics. Brown has served on the boards of Xerox, Cisco Systems, RR Donnelley and Micromuse where he was Chairman and CEO. He also served as the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the Chairman of the Rutgers University Board of Governors. Brown has served two American presidents as part of President Obama’s Management Advisory Board and President George W. Bush’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee.
Brown earned a bachelor's degree in economics and an honorary doctorate in humane letters from Rutgers University.