Alan Eagle

Director of Executive Communications, Google

Alan has been a Director of Executive Communications at Google since joining the company in 2007. In
his current role he oversees a set of Google sales programs and the company’s Partner Plex client
experience center. Prior to that, he was the communications lead for the Google product team, where he
developed speeches and other communications for executives including Eric Schmidt, Jonathan
Rosenberg, Marissa Mayer, and Susan Wojcicki. He is the co-author, with Eric Schmidt and Jonathan
Rosenberg, of the New York Times bestselling books How Google Works and Trillion Dollar Coach.

Alan has held sales and product management roles at several Silicon Valley start-ups, including Tellme
Networks and Octel Communications. He is a Northern California native with a computer science degree
from Dartmouth College and an MBA from The Wharton School.

Past Appearances

Bay Area Ventures: July 15, 2019

Hosts Doug Collom and Irina Yuen are joined by Jonathan Rosenberg (Former Senior Vice President of Google; Advisor, Alphabet), Alan Eagle (Director of Executive Communications, Google), Scott Kupor (Managing Partner, Andreessen Horowitz), and Owen Thomas (Business Editor, San Francisco Chronicle) on the Monday, July 15, 2019 edition of Bay Area Ventures.Read More

Air Date: Monday, July 15, 2019

Spotlight

On Wharton Business Radio

Leadership in Action: August 29, 2019 Episode Featured ImageLeadership in Action: August 29, 2019

Hosts Anne Greenhalgh and Michael Useem are joined by Jonathan Rosenberg (Former Senior Vice President of Google; Advisor, Alphabet) and Alan Eagle (Director of Executive Communications, Google) on the Thursday, August 29, 2019 edition of Leadership in Action.

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