All About Mo Katibeh RingCentral COO

“Mo Katibeh”

Mo Katibeh is a well-known business executive who has served as the COO of RingCentral for just over 2 years. Mo had previously served in executive positions with several other notable companies, including Symantec, where he spent nearly 20 years; the Walt Disney Company, where he served as senior vice president for the Enterprise Group and oversaw Disney’s worldwide enterprise business; and PepsiCo.

After retiring from PepsiCo in 2005 following 14 years at the company, Mo led some civic-focused endeavors in addition to founding two companies: Keystone Knowledge Systems, which licenses technology for student data management to colleges and universities throughout North America, and The Peace Tech Lab which is focused on developing ideas on how technology can help promote peace.

Before these experiences, Mo worked for Shell Oil in their downstream division, managing refinery planning and development. Mo earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan.

Mo Katibeh received his Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1997. He received his Masters’s Degree in Business Administration from Columbia University, where he completed a Master’s thesis in Information Technology Management. He also graduated from the Golden Key International Honor Society (GKIS) on May 4, 1998.

He joined RingCentral in 2012 after serving as Symantec’s Senior Vice President, Enterprise Sales and Marketing. Before joining Symantec, he was vice president of marketing at Excel Communications. He led its global marketing efforts and built the company into one of the leading providers of unified messaging. He joined Excel from PepsiCo, serving in various capacities for the last 14 years, including senior vice president for Pepsi’s Enterprise Group and global vice president for digital media.

“About RingCentral”

RingCentral provides cloud-based business communications solutions designed to improve collaboration among small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), mobile workers, employees, and between business organizations.