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Daniel J. Mullally

Senior Vice President, Sales, FedEx Services

Daniel J. Mullally

Senior Vice President, Sales, FedEx Services


Dan Mullally leads the largest of three sales divisions at FedEx Services and has served as Senior Vice President, Sales, for 17 years. Under his direction nearly 3,000 U.S. Field and U.S. Business Sales & Support team members work together with other FedEx sales organizations to provide customers with the best solutions from a broad portfolio of transportation services.

Mullally is responsible for FedEx Sales objectives in the U.S. small and medium customer segments, as well as sales support for local facilities of large customers. His duties include building volume and revenue growth in U.S. domestic and export shipping, growth in the freight market sector and planning for leadership development within his organizations.

A 39-year veteran of the trucking and transportation industries, Mullally’s extensive experience has well served him in the numerous FedEx leadership positions he has held since joining FedEx in 1995 as managing director of Express Freight Sales. He was promoted to Vice President of Air-Ground Freight Sales in 1998. Mullally was named Vice President of Global Sales and Freight Services in 1999, and was promoted to Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales, later that year.

Prior to joining FedEx, Mullally worked 15 years at the management and officer levels at Consolidated Freightways, ANR Freight and Central Transport.

Honors, Education and Personal Background:
Mullally is a seven-time recipient of the FedEx Five Star Award (1998, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2014 and two awards in 2016), the highest honor for outstanding service to the company. In 2006, Mullally received the FedEx Services Diversity Champion Award, honoring his commitment to workplace diversity. He and his wife received the St. Jude Volunteer of the Year Award in 2015.

A native of Chicago, Ill., Mullally holds a bachelor’s degree from Saint Louis University. He and his wife reside in Memphis, Tenn., and have two daughters.

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