“We’re looking for women to pick up the baton and run with it, expanding on existing programs and developing new ones that will lift up women in the channel.”
SANTA ANA, Calif. (PRWEB) November 06, 2019
Alliance of Channel Women, a not-for-profit organization of women in the indirect sales channel of the telecom and IT industry, is looking for female channel leaders to join its board of directors for the next two years, beginning in January 2020.
Two seats are open for the 2020-21 ACW Board of Directors. ACW President Stacy Conrad, Director of Channel Sales, Southeast for TPx Communications, and ACW Vice President Rebecca Rosen, Vice President of Marketing at Broadvoice, are leaving the board after completing their two-year terms.
“Being a board member is great opportunity to influence the direction of our organization and to develop programs that will empower women in their tech channel careers,” said Conrad. “It’s also a way to build your leadership skills while positively impacting your channel community.”
“This year ACW elected several new members to the board, and we’ve benefitted from their new perspectives and energy,” said Rosen. “We’re looking for women to pick up the baton and run with it, expanding on existing programs and developing new ones that will lift up women in the channel.”
Interested candidates, who are ACW members in good standing, are invited to apply at https://allianceofchannelwomen.org/boardapp2020 no later than December 5, 2019.
Qualified nominees will be placed on a ballot and sent to a vote of the membership. Selected candidates will be notified in December 2019.
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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.