These days, Dan Fitzgibbons is married and has two children and he calls the Greater Minneapolis Area home. Dan loves the Twin Cities community so much, he tries hard to give back when possible. He does this by working with local charities. He’s partnered with Dress for Success Twin Cities as a way to help increase the economic independence of women by making sure they could dress properly for a good job interview. He also helps to feed the poor through his support of Loaves and Fishes, a program that serves hundreds of thousands of hot meals to the hungry in 2015 and Allan Law’s 363 Days Food Program, which works with hundreds of community groups and thousands of volunteers to distribute hundreds of thousands of sandwiches to the hungry and homeless.
It’s obvious that Dan Fitzgibbons is a great businessman, give his nearly three decades’ experience in the technology field. However, there is a lot more to him than that. Dan is best-known for his position as the Data Protection Business Manager for the Minneapolis, Minnesota office of EMC Corporation, a prominent international tech company. However, like many successful folks, there is more to Dan than selling data storage systems and making money.
It’s the case that family and community have always occupied a prominent role in Dan Fitzgibbons’ life. That was even clear when he was growing up in Fargo, North Dakota. There, he attended Holy Spirit School and Shanley High School, where he was active in drama and the Sandpebbles singing group when he wasn’t playing football, golf, and intramural hockey. That dedication to community has continued through his life in Minnesota.