Exclusive: Q&A with Erich Sanchack, Salute Mission Critical’s New CEO

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Today, Salute Mission Critical, purportedly the largest global full lifecycle data center services provider, has announced that Erich Sanchack has become the company’s newest CEO. Sanchack will succeed Jason Okroy, one of Salute’s co-founders, who will transition to a chief customer and strategy officer role.

Salute Mission Critical is known for its outreach to members of the military community and their spouses who seek to make a transition into the tech industry. It offers training and professional development opportunities to veterans and their families looking to work in data centers, providing over 300 client sites across the globe with the talent and support they’ll need to achieve their goals.

As such, Sanchack is uniquely qualified for his position as Salute’s CEO, given his extensive history in both the military and digital infrastructure. As a former officer in the Marines, as well as the former COO of Digital Realty, Sanchack has a personal connection to these veterans who want to make a similar career pivot. “Erich’s experience, skills and knowledge are recognized globally for scaling organizations,” said Lee Kirby, Salute Mission Critical Chairman and co-founder. “[He] is the right servant leader to

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