DANIEL ALEGRE

PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Daniel Alegre has served as our Chief Operating Officer since April 2020. As COO, Daniel works closely with the leadership team to grow Activision Blizzard’s reach, engagement, and performance to improve collaboration and execution among all parts of the organization. He also ensures that the company is focused on inspired creativity, product excellence, unwavering commitment to players, and being the very best place for excellent people to want to work.

 

Daniel joined Activision Blizzard from Google, where he worked for more than sixteen years leading growth and expansion throughout the company. He was President of Global Retail and Shopping, where he led the initiatives to embed ecommerce across all Google product areas – and to help diversify beyond advertising into the retail transactions business. Prior to that, Daniel was President of the company’s Global and Strategic Partnerships organization, working across all of Google’s core business lines to create and foster key strategic relationships with some of the world’s largest partners. Daniel was also instrumental in Google’s international expansion, serving as President of Google’s Asia-Pacific and Japan businesses living in China, Singapore and Tokyo and as Vice President of the Latin America business, overseeing a massive expansion in both regions.  Prior to Google, Daniel was Vice President at Bertelsmann Media, running a division of BMG Music in Latin America as well as Partnerships of the Bertelsmann eCommerce Group in New York City. 

Daniel holds a BA degree with Honors from Princeton University from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, as well as dual MBA and JD degrees from Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School.  Daniel is fluent in English, Spanish, French and German, and proficient in Russian.  
 

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