Leadership Team

Mark Kornegay 
General Manager 
Enterprise and Partners Group
Southern California District

Mark Kornegay is the District General Manager for Southern California and oversees Microsoft’s sales, services and partner efforts responsible for $414 million in revenue across Southern California and Hawaii. Before coming to Southern California he served as the Enterprise Sales Director for Microsoft’s South Central District. In this role, Mr. Kornegay led an 85 person organization calling on Fortune 200 companies.  Prior to this role, Mr. Kornegay was the General Manager of Microsoft’s Small and Medium Business market in the Central Region of the United States.  In that role, he led direct sales, channel sales and partner development across an 18-state region.   Since joining in 2002, he has held a number of other positions, including Central Region Competitive Sales Director, Chief of Staff of Worldwide Services and IT, and Director of Information Security.

Prior to joining Microsoft, Mr. Kornegay’s experience included leading direct sales teams, developing strategic alliances, organizational strategy and alliance development. His previous experience includes serving as the Executive Vice President of Sales and Business Development for BancVue Corporation in Austin, Texas, (a 200-person Bank Services ISV) where he grew top-line sales revenue by more than 200%, as well as Director of Business Development for Kana Software in Redwood City, Calif.  

Mr. Kornegay began his career in public service, where he was a special prosecutor for the United States Attorney’s Office in the Central District of California and a Special Agent for the FBI assigned to the Los Angeles Field Office.  He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and holds a Juris Doctorate from Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.   

Mr. Kornegay has served on the Boards of the Nashville Technology Council, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee and the Austin SkillPoint Alliance. He is a certified information security system professional and a non-active member of the American Bar, Maryland Bar, and California Bar Associations. He speaks and writes frequently on the importance of information security.