Brad Brooks
CEO & President


Overall Rank: 5

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Brad is CEO at OneLogIn, the new global standard for Unified Access Management. The company’s mission is to provide simple and secure access for everyone, everywhere to the data and applications they need to get business done.

Brad is a multifaceted global leader with over 25 years of experience in technology from consumer and business applications, SaaS to network infrastructure. He has a proven track record of exceptional results across multiple functional areas of business and companies that have lead their markets and impacted the world.

To customers, partners, and his own teams, Brad brings great leadership in the form of clarity of vision and mission, great products, consistency in message and operational process, fun, fairness and integrity.



  1. When it comes to elite leadership, you can’t fake the funk. Brad Brooks does not fake the funk. Brad’s primary strengths include his ability to drive an organization forward through his impeccable vision, galvanizing demeanor, and magnetizing humanity. In an age where complete transparency has become table stakes for chief executives, Brad’s extreme openness and inclusive nature is integrity incarnate. His professional victories speak for themselves – if they’re not interrupted by an army of former and current employees that will readily sing his praises. Brad has not simply encouraged a new era within OneLogin; Brad has has forged a new age and a new trajectory for OneLogin. He serves as a mentor and role model for aspiring executives throughout the organization and provides a blueprint for excellence. Plus, he has great socks!

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  2. I’ve worked at several companies with very successful CEO’s (LinkedIn and Okta). What sets Brad aside is his connection to the employees. Brad routinely writes an email with this thoughts about the company from a business and culture view. The number one thing that stood out to me about Brad, was that he took 5 minutes out of a very busy day to say hello to my dad when he was in the office. This is the type of action that shows true leadership.

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