Emily Dreyer
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Emily Dreyer

Senior Director, Global Facilities & EHS Strategy
Emily Dreyer is the Senior Director of Global Real Estate Strategy for Dell Technologies. In this role, Emily is directly responsible for the strategic development and planning of Dell Technologies’ vast real estate portfolio that spans 380 Dell sites across 76 countries; including site selection, master planning, Connected Workplace and location optimization.
Since joining Dell Technologies in 2007, Emily has been instrumental in developing Dell Technologies multi-year, global location strategy, with an emphasis on data-driven decision making in service of better business outcomes.
Previously, Emily was the Founding Director of ECD Events, a sports marketing and events company in Los Angeles, CA. Prior to ECD Events, Emily was Sales and Marketing Director of the PGA TOUR’s Los Angeles tournament, The Nissan Open.
Emily holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management from Springfield College. She serves on the Momentum Advisory Board, a part of Round Rock Chamber of Commerce economic development office and the Advisory Board for the Center for Leadership and Ethics at the University of Texas at Austin.
Most recently Emily was asked to represent Dell Technologies on the Austin mayor’s taskforce to Reopen Central Texas for business. The taskforce focuses on jump-starting the local economy while maintaining the health and safety of the community due to the effects of COVID-19.
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