Skyler Holloway, 29, Global Data Center Program Manager, Facebook
Holloway has spent the last five years contributing to the building of data centre facilities, systems, and networks for Facebook, across the U.S. and EU.
He began at Facebook during the onset of the company’s rapid global expansion and took on a myriad of roles including; special projects delivery, site developing of technology research stations, new data centre campus builds, and strategy and planning for network connectivity.
In addition to his work at Facebook, Holloway plays an active role in promoting the data centre industry and giving back through different initiatives; including serving on the educational committee of Infrastructure Masons.
Prior to Facebook, he worked as a Management Consultant for datacenterHawk for two years.
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This profile is part of the “Data Economy 30 Under 30 2020” who are driving change across the data centre and cloud sectors. The list was published in the February/March 2020 edition of the Data Economy Magazine. The 30 Under 30 is a biannual global list showcasing the 30 young bright minds from around the world who are leading the data centre industry through charting new innovations or breakthroughs, sheer investment or business acumen, exceptional entrepreneurial skill sets, expertise and experience, reach and overall achievements. To access the full 2020’s edition, visit here.