Industry Leader and Local Community Supporter Honored for Fourth Consecutive Year by Business First for Her Exemplary Efforts
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Sept. 18, 2019 — is pleased to announce Susan O’Sullivan, vice president, U.S. Sales, has been named to Business First’s Power 125 list for 2019. This marks the fourth consecutive year that O’Sullivan has received this honor.
The Power 125 list is comprised of influential and inspiring women in the Western New York region. The annual list is made up of women who have caught the attention of reporters and editors of Buffalo Business First over the course of the past year. A Power 125 List woman is recognized by level of influence at her company, in her community and the length of her career.
“Giving back to the communities we live and work in has always been a top priority for Ingram Micro. On behalf of the entire organization, congratulations again to Susan for being recognized as one of the most influential women leaders in Buffalo,” said Kirk Robinson, senior vice president and chief country executive, Ingram Micro U.S. “Susan is a genuine leader who inspires others by her actions and her words. It’s wonderful to see her efforts recognized by Business First and celebrated across the Western New York region.”
Initially starting her career as an assistant sales representative in 1990, O’Sullivan has since forged a fruitful tenure at Ingram Micro. Her multitude of promotions throughout her career are testimony to her effectiveness as a leader and her dedication to Ingram Micro. In 2017, O’Sullivan was promoted to vice president of Sales for the U. S. and was named “campus champion” of the Western New York operations at the Buffalo Campus. Although she has dedicated her career to Ingram Micro, she also serves as Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County, and sits on the executive committee for Women United and on the Board of Regents for Canisius College.
“It’s wonderful and humbling experience to be recognized by Business First as one of the many influential women within our local community who lead within their organizations and prioritize giving back,” said O’Sullivan. “Ingram Micro is a forward-thinking, growth-minded, generous organization, and it’s my honor personally and professionally to work here and play a role in the advancement of women in IT and give back to a community that continues to give back to us.”
O’Sullivan holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Canisius College. She has completed Ingram Micro’s Leadership Academy, held through the University of California Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business, as well as Ingram Micro’s Global General Manager Program. Earlier this year she was celebrated for the eighth consecutive year as a CRN Women of the Channel. In 2017, she was recognized with The Martha Ingram Leadership Award, the company’s most esteemed accolade honoring an associate who exemplifies outstanding leadership within the company and the outside community.
A complete list of the 2019 Power 125 is featured online at .
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