Dan Keene

WWE, VP, Systems Architecture

Dan Keene is the vice president of systems architecture at WWE and oversees the design and implementation of large scale systems that support day to day content production.

Keene’s principle is to pursue cost-effective technical solutions that balance innovations in technology with business needs. Utilizing his “tell the story” philosophy, Keene strives to ensure that both technical and non-technical participants understand the rationale and implications of any project he’s involved in.

Prior WWE accomplishments include overseeing the build out of their new Virtual Reality Studio, the design and integration of talent training systems at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, and the development of systems to complete a mass ingest of their massive video tape library.

Keene previously served as a systems engineer for Grass Valley designing and implementing tapeless productions systems for clients such as MLB Network, NBC, and CBS. He was also the digital assets manager for KYW-TV in Philadelphia.

Keene currently resides in Monroe, CT with his wife, Lisa, toddler twins Sam and Emily, and dog, Maggie. In his spare time, he is an active member of the Rotary Club of Monroe and serves as the club’s immediate past president.

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