“ACW is honoring these three women for making it possible for ACW to be successful. Ashley, Lauren and Shilo have routinely gone above and beyond in supporting us, volunteering dozens, if not hundreds of hours of their time to help ACW reach its goals. We can’t thank them enough.”
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) September 11, 2019
Alliance of Channel Women, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of female leaders in the technology channel, thanks its outstanding volunteers with the third annual ACT Awards.
Three ACW members were honored at a ceremony during the Alliance of Channel Women ACWConnect Live! Networking Event, from 4:30-7:30 p.m., September 9, in Washington D.C. during Channel Partners Evolution.
The 2019 ACT Award winners, in alphabetical order by last name, include:
- Ashley Clemmer, National Channel Manager at NetCarrier, and Co-Chair of the Membership Committee
- Lauren Grenier, Marketing Director at Granite Telecommunications, and Co-Chair of the Communications and Newsletter Committees
- Shilo Lusson, Director of Events & Project Management at BuzzTheory Strategies, and Co-Chair of the Event Planning Committee
“Without the support of our member volunteers, ACW as an organization couldn’t function,” said ACW Board Member Michelle Kadlacek, Chair of the Awards Committee and Vice President, Enterprise Channel Partner Program at Spectrum Enterprise. “ACW is honoring these three women for making it possible for ACW to be successful. Ashley, Lauren and Shilo have routinely gone above and beyond in supporting us, volunteering dozens, if not hundreds of hours of their time to help ACW reach its goals. We can’t thank them enough.”
About the Alliance of Channel Women
Founded in 2010, the Alliance of Channel Women (formerly Women in the Channel) is a not-for-profit organization of women in the indirect sales channel of the telecom and IT industry. The Alliance of Channel Women brings us together to empower and advance women’s careers and leadership roles in the technology channel through education, community, advocacy and opportunities for personal growth. To learn more and to become a member, please visit http://www.allianceofchannelwomen.org.