As President of Google Cloud Go to Market, Adaire Fox-Martin leads the organization's efforts to help customers across the globe to drive the complete transformation of their business in the cloud - from making core processes more efficient to improving how they reach and better serve their customers.
In this role, Adaire is responsible for all of Google Cloud’s go-to-market teams, comprising sales, professional services, partner ecosystem, and customer success.
Adaire also holds the role of Head of Google Ireland, representing Google’s largest technology hub outside Silicon Valley.
Adaire brings to Google customers more than 25 years’ experience in the business-technology sector, delivering exceptional value and outcomes to organizations of all geographies, industries, and sizes.
Prior to her role as President for Google Cloud Go to Market, Adaire led the organization’s International and EMEA regions. Before joining Google Cloud, she served on the Executive Board of SAP SE, leading the company’s global sales, services, and customer engagement teams, serving over 440,000 customers. She also held various leadership roles at Oracle.
Adaire is a passionate advocate of social entrepreneurship. She is Global Executive Sponsor for Social Enterprise at Google and is the founder of One Billion Lives, a global initiative helping organizations apply their core business, internal resources, and ecosystems to form social ventures that deliver humanitarian and environmental impact – with the ultimate aim to improve the lives of over one billion people. Adaire also serves as the Global Buy-Social Ambassador for Social Enterprise UK.
As an internationally recognized technology leader, Adaire is often featured at external events as a speaker and panelist including at the World Economic Forum in Davos and Web Summit. Adaire has been named to Fortune Magazine’s Top 50 Most Powerful Women International List four times. She also serves on the Board of Directors of digital-infrastructure company Equinix.
Adaire is a graduate of Trinity College in Dublin and maintains citizenship in Ireland, the European Union, and Australia.