Marketing and Sales Leaders Jennifer Anaya and Susan O’Sullivan Recognized on
CRN’s 2020 Power 100 List
Irvine, Calif., May 15, 2020 — Ingram Micro Inc., today announced CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, is honoring 19 leaders from Ingram Micro in this year’s Women of the Channel (WOTC). Ingram Micro Technology Solutions’ global marketing leader Jennifer Anaya and U.S. sales leader Susan O’Sullivan were also named to the 2020 CRN Power 100.
This year’s Ingram Micro WOTC honorees represents leaders from all areas of the business, including sales, marketing, operations, finance and more. The complete Ingram Micro list includes:
Alexandra Harding: Director, Vendor Management, Business, and Consumer Solutions
Alyssa Lahham: Global Marketing Director
Cheryl Rang: Director, Advanced Solutions
Florencia Gannio: Senior Marketing Manager
Holly Niedzielski: Director, Event Marketing and Partner Communities
Jennifer Anaya: Senior Vice President, Marketing, Global Technology Solutions (Power 100)
Jessica Rosen: Sr. Vendor Business Manager
Julie Czubinski: Sr Sales Manager, Partners Licensing Group
Kelly Carter: Vice President of Finance, Canada CFO
Kelly Sander: Senior SMB Business Development Executive
Kimberly Alexander: Sr Vendor Business Manager
Lanay Cerilli: Executive Director Partner Planning (Purchasing) U.S. Technology Solutions
Lynne Thornton: Executive Director, Sales
Melanie DelValle: Sr Manager, Financial Solutions
Sabine Howest: Vice President, Global Partner Engagement
Stacy Khreis: Director of Global Business Development
Sue Lim-Brunings: Director, Marketing Operations
Susan O’Sullivan: Vice President, Sales (Power 100)
Therese Ferullo: Executive Director, Sales
Each of the 2020 Ingram Micro Women of the Channel honorees are accomplished executives with a mindset for growth. Many lead diversity and inclusion efforts within Ingram Micro, as well as outside of the IT industry, and enjoy mentoring and reverse mentoring across the generations to develop well-rounded, high-performance individuals and teams.
“It is incredibly rewarding to see so many Ingram Micro executives honored by CRN for their continued contributions, advocacy, leadership and accomplishments,” reflect Anaya and O’Sullivan. “The most valuable resource within any organization are the people. We are honored to be recognized by CRN to the 2020 WOTC and Power 100 lists, and special thanks to The Channel Company and CRN for shining the spotlight on the growing success of all this year’s honorees.”
Under the leadership of its executive team, Ingram Micro has prioritized diversity and inclusion to help females advance professionally in the workforce, sponsoring women-led industry events including WOTC West and East, and launching its own Women’s Leadership Initiative in 2015.
The annual WOTC list, which is selected by CRN editors, acknowledges exceptional women worldwide who are having an exemplary impact in the technology industry, forming a model for future generations to emulate and contributing to channel advocacy, growth, thought leadership, and dedication within and around the IT channel. The Power 100 list honors an elite group of WOTC executives whose insight and influence play a key role in the success of the channel.
The 2020 WOTC list will be featured in CRN® Magazine on June 8 and online at www.CRN.com/WOTC.
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Marie Meoli Rourke