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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Kathy Bellamy, from RingCentral.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Cindy O'Connell, from TierPoint.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Aubrey Malcom, from Palo Alto Networks. 

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Monika Dowal, from Aircall.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Kaylina Rossi, from Comcast Business.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Kathy Flick, from Nextiva.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Laura Keon, from Altice Business.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Lauren Grenier, from Granite Telecommunications.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Laura Bella, from NetCarrier.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Tamara Prazak, from Appgate.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Cynthia Caramico, from Avaya.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Melanie Williamson, from Genesys.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Tina Gravel, from Appgate.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Nadine (Malek) Sarraf, from Prodoscore.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Rachel Turkus, from NetFortris.

Rachel Turkus is a proven technology and channel marketing executive, supporting both service providers, vendors and partner organizations. Presently she is Senior Channel Marketing Manager for NetFortris, an award-winning end-to-end provider of managed cloud communications solutions and network services. At NetFortris, Turkus is focused on to-channel and through-channel marketing as well as strengthening go-to-market alignment with the provider’s national master agents. Previously, Turkus was director of marketing at Broadvoice and Lead Development manager at Packet Fusion. 

Prior to joining the technology industry, Turkus spent a decade in the dot-com world in various sales, marketing, customer service and operations roles. She started as a customer service rep for an outdoor sporting goods company and quickly took over their customer service and sales management. At various times, she managed their sales teams, tech teams, marketing teams and international logistics. As a sales leader, she tripled the revenue in their dealer/independent reseller program and managed their relationship with the large box stores including Costco and Amazon. At the end of her tenure, she managed their dealer relationships, digital marketing efforts and technology teams.  

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Beth Hildreth, from Momentum Telecom.

With over 15 years in the telecom industry, Beth brings experience to her role in many areas of marketing including strategy, lead generation, product marketing, and sales enablement. She and the talented Momentum marketing team work closely with sales to drive revenue, increase partner engagement, and promote the award-winning Momentum UCaaS and Managed Network solution portfolio.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Florence Le Goff, from Masergy.

As Masergy’s Director of Channel Marketing, Florence Le Goff leads Masergy’s channel and alliance marketing strategy, enablement, and engagement to expand our partners’ growth. With over 25 years of experience in marketing, Florence brings experience in strategy, campaigns, and sales enablement. She started her career in technology at EMC and joined Masergy from CenturyLink, where she served many roles including channel campaigns, ISV & alliance marketing strategy, and field marketing. She is based in San Francisco.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Linda Cole, from Verizon.

Based in Denver, Colorado, Linda manages eight national Partner Managers who support 19 Master Agents across the U.S. under the Verizon Partner Program. Prior to this assignment that began in December of 2019, Linda led a Verizon Business Markets Channel Sales Team spanning a 10-state region in the Western U.S.  She has extensive experience in sales, management, marketing, finance, and business development functions in the telecommunications & music technology industries.

Linda received a BS degree in Organizational Management from Elmhurst College in Elmhurst, Illinois, and has a Master’s in Management degree in Marketing and International Business from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Amanda Cromar, from COMtuity.

Amanda Cromar is the Owner and CEO of COMtuity based out of Colorado. With 14  years of experience in the Technology Industry as an agent she has a proven track record overseeing operations and growth for not only COMtuity but her clients as well. Amanda strives to be her clients trusted adviser & advocate for any of their business needs or challenges. With access to hundreds of the most relevant technology providers in the market she is able to consult with her clients holistically to find the best technology, business, and financial fit for their IT needs. Serving customers nationwide and internationally we’re serious about what we do in crafting technology ecosystems for businesses, and are strongly committed to their ongoing success.  “We have your back” isn’t just something we say, it is a fundamental tenet of everything we do.

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TBI celebrates notable industry leaders and professionals making an impact in telecom. Learn more about Woman of the Channel, Kathleen Goodwin, from Privafy.

Kathleen serves as Vice President of Marketing and Partnership Development at Privafy. She brings over 24 years of strategic and product marketing experience to her role, launching its partner program in 2019. She is responsible for channel recruitment and sales. Kathleen works closely with her partner community to enable, train, and advise them on how to serve their customers' cybersecurity needs. She's particularly passionate about the underserved security needs of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). 

As a channel advocate for Privafy, Kathleen believes SMEs are a missed opportunity hiding in the open for savvy partners. As SME security concerns and threats of future attacks continue to rise, she thinks channel partners are critical to success and very well-positioned to capture a large share of the $40 billion SME market. Driven by Privafy, they'll also receive high margins with Privafy's monthly recurring revenue (MRR) model—without investing in hardware, training, or specialized training for their security personnel. 

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