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Sealand Flynn

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Account Executive

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Account Executive at T-Mobile

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Sealand

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Flynn

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Sealand M. Flynn is known by his friends and colleagues as “Sean.” He is an All-American family man, who believes that an individual is only as good as his word. Integrity plays a fundamental role in his work ethic, worldview and sales philosophy. As a “Type-A” individual, Sean is driven to reach his potential in every facet of life from surpassing quotas to mentoring in a manner that equips his "Little" to exceed personal goals.

As a Trojan, Sean values tenacity, because we are called to “Fight On” in the face of rejection and to be courageous in the pursuit of greenfield accounts. Sealand is currently building his network, while adding value to local and national SMBs, as a pro-bono Independent Consultant. Sean's consulting efforts have led to the generation of millions in revenue for his clients, which includes landing the largest greenfield account in one company's history.

Sean is acknowledged as a team player, plug-and-play asset and closer. His natural fit within your company's culture should become evident, during the first meeting. While working within Ingram Micro’s Global Sales Internal Division, he created and implemented a sales pipeline, process flow chart and metric reporting system to manage $136M of open sales opportunities with a 99% success rate. After graduating with his MBA, Sean partnered with Account Sales Managers and team members on 28 revenue building opportunities, which yielded 15 RFPs, 10 discovery cycles, 5 client facing demonstrations and a 96% success rate for Oracle’s Application Field Division.