Dean's Executive Leadership Series
Executive Vice President
Norton Business Unit
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About Fran Rosch
Fran Rosch leads the Norton BU organization, which includes sales, operations, engineering, product management, marketing and support for Symantec’s Norton-branded products for consumers and small businesses.
Previously, as leader of the User Protection and Productivity (UP&P) team, Rosch led the product management, development and support teams as they worked to deliver products and services that make it simple for Symantec's customers to be protected and productive across all their devices. Before transitioning to UP&P, Rosch was vice president of Identity and Authentication Services, responsible for business strategy, product management and development, customer authentication, and infrastructure operations for Symantec's Trust Services SSL and User Authentication solutions.
Rosch joined Symantec in 2010 through the acquisition of VeriSign's security business. During his 12-year career with VeriSign, he worked with the company's largest customers to design and deploy effective security solutions to solve business challenges. Prior to joining VeriSign in 1998, Rosch worked as an IT and security consultant for various consulting organizations. He holds a bachelor of science in industrial engineering from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
President, Business Operations
Los Angeles Kings
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About Luc Robitaille
Luc Robitaille – a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame – is the highest-scoring left wing in NHL history and the all-time Kings leader in goals scored. He is in his seventh season as Kings president, business operations. Robitaille, who had his popular No. 20 jersey retired by the Kings in 2007, is one of the greatest players in NHL history. He played 19 seasons in the NHL – including 14 with the Kings – and in 1,431 career regular season games with the Kings, Detroit Red Wings (where he won a Stanley Cup in 2002), New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins, had 1,394 points (668-726=1,394). In 159 playoff games, he had 127 points (58-69=127). Since retiring as a player and assuming his executive position, Robitaille has had a tremendous impact on the Kings business operations department, especially in the areas of sponsorship sales and renewal, fan and customer relations, game entertainment, media relations and broadcasting. Since 2007-08, the Kings have increased their number of sellouts at STAPLES Center each full season, and the team entered the 2013-14 season with 68 consecutive home sellouts while enjoying record revenues on the whole.