Dell EMC Leaders Recognized as CRN “Women of the Channel”
- May 17, 2017
A company is only as good as its people; and great leaders inspire others to greatness. That’s why we’re extremely proud to share that eighteen Dell and Dell EMC leaders have recently been named to CRN’s prestigious Women of the Channel list. This list highlights “women whose channel expertise and vision are deserving of recognition.”
This year marks the first time that Dell EMC, as a combined company, participated in the nominations – and we’re so pleased with the results.
The 2017 Dell and Dell EMC Women of the Channel are…
Power 100: The Most Powerful Women of the Channel
Additionally, four of these leaders – Cheryl Cook, Julie Christiansen, Sheri Hedlund, and Mary Catherine Wilson – were also named on the Power 100. The Power 100 is a subset of the Women of the Channel representing, “the most powerful women leaders across IT channel organizations.”
These women’s hard work and dedication enables Dell EMC to be an industry leader and exceptional partner. We are proud of this group’s vision and leadership, and this recognition is well-deserved.
Congratulations to each of these extraordinary women!
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