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Eric H. Loeb, Executive Vice President, Global Government Affairs

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Eric H. Loeb, Executive Vice President, Global Government Affairs

Eric H. Loeb - Executive Vice President, Global Government Affairs

  • Last Updated: 12/12/2022
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As Executive Vice President of Global Government Affairs, Eric Loeb is responsible for leading Salesforce’s government relations, public policy, and public affairs efforts. The global team he supports is the face of Salesforce with policymakers, policy influencers, diplomats, and civil society.

Salesforce is a cloud computing company covering customer relationship management and other enterprise-focused software to businesses, governments and other organizations around the world. Salesforce enables companies of every size and industry to take advantage of powerful technologies—cloud, mobile, social, blockchain, voice, and artificial intelligence—to connect in a whole new way.

Joining Salesforce in 2018, Eric brings significant experience in the geopolitical arena. His roles as AT&T’s International External Affairs SVP, Global Regulatory Counsel for Concert Communications plc, and U.S. Regulatory Counsel for British Telecommunications plc have fostered extensive experience with the policies and politics of governments across the globe.

Eric serves as a leader on Salesforce’s Racial Equality & Justice Task Force as the chair of the Policy Pillar, in addition to being the executive sponsor of WINDforce, an employee equality group representing a Worldwide Indigenous Network of Diversity. In the community, Eric is Chair of the Board, the United States Council of International Business, and an advisory board member of the SEED School of Maryland, and the Asia Society - Northern California Chapter. He is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

A graduate with honors of Georgetown University Law Center and Bowdoin College, Eric is an avid cyclist and outdoors enthusiast. He and his family share their time between San Francisco, California and Baltimore, Maryland.