Two Verizon leaders named to CRN’s 2020 Women of the Channel list

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Lori Bonenfant and Sarah Marsh have been named to CRN’s 2020 Women of the Channel list. This list recognizes over 900 women for their channel leadership and for setting the stage for future generations. The distinguished executives on this list come from technology vendors, distributors, solution providers, and other IT organizations. Honorees were selected by CRN editors.

Additionally, both Lori and Sarah were named to CRN’s 2020 Women of the Channel Power 100 List. The Power 100 list is a select group of extraordinary women who have inspired their peers through their leadership and dedication to the advancement of the IT channel. 

Lori, recognized for her role as Director, Commercial Channel Operations, leads global commercial channel operations for Verizon Business with oversight of the Verizon Partner Program. Her team develops and delivers programs and tools to ensure partners are fully supported throughout the end-to-end experience while creating differentiated value for business customers.

Sarah, honored for her work as Managing Partner, Wireless Partner Channels, oversees the wireless partner channels for Verizon Business, and over the last four years has transformed the company’s channel strategy and partner programs. In addition to launching two new channel models for Verizon, under her leadership, the distribution channel increased by 480%.

This recognition follows Verizon’s recent recognition as a winner of CRN’s 5-Star Program Award. For more information on CRN’s 2020 Women of the Channel list, click here. To learn about the Verizon Partner Program, click here.

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