Mary Morgan

Vice President, Marketing - Stream Data Centers

Stream Dallas

2001 Ross Avenue
Suite 400
Dallas, Texas 75201
T: 214.560.2427

Mary Morgan

Vice President, Marketing - Stream Data Centers

As a collaborative marketing professional with a passion for technology and how things work, Mary delivers omni-channel strategies and programs that drive awareness and enhance marketing outcomes for Stream Data Centers. Her experience in marketing communications spans well over two decades with both agencies and national brands. Over the years, her marketing expertise has supported record sales growth at a successful data center real estate investment trust, CyrusOne, and legendary Fortune 500 technology leader, Texas Instruments, across global markets.

Mary’s professional affiliations have included the American Marketing Association, Association of National Advertisers and other organizations. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Louisiana at Monroe and a Graduate Certificate in Marketing from Southern Methodist University.

Education & Designations

  • Bachelor of Arts at University of Louisiana – Monroe
  • Masters of Science in Communications program studies at University of Louisiana – Lafayette
  • Graduate Certificate in Marketing, Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business


  • American Marketing Association
  • American Advertising Federation
  • Association of National Advertisers
  • National Retail Federation
  • Dallas Society of Visual Communications
  • Junior League of Dallas

Client Experience

Creative experience includes broadcast, print and digial work for a numer of agencies and freelance assignments, along with management roles at JCPenney, National Cheerleaders Association and the notable advertising agency of Saunders Lubinksi and White. Other clients of note were communications the Ford Motor Company, packaging graphics for the Coca-Cola brand, and global marcom for multiple lines of business inside the Texas Instruments semiconductor division – where she developed expanded interests in technology and the way things work.