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  • How to Make Your Own Luck – A Member Poll

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    Tips and Tricks for the Workplace   March, being Women’s History Month, was an important month for women. We celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8th; on that day, many of us protested or cheered on other women who participated in “A Day Without A Woman” to illustrate just how much power and sway women have on the modern economy

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  • Tips & Tricks: Unwanted Behavior at Industry Events

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    By Angela Hefner How do you deal with unwanted sexual advances in your work place and more importantly how does your company? This is a subject that I’ve been mulling around in my mind over the past couple of weeks With our big industry trade show kicking off next month—and after reading Peter Radizeski’s blog about the ‘reckless behavior’ that

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  • The Mothers of Tech: Looking to the past to build our future

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    By: Shaquille Fontenot Even though the technology industry is jokingly called ‘the old boys’ club,” women have always been significant contributors to it. Women have created many of the positions available to us now, though they often ran into concrete ceilings along the way. These women are the pioneers of passion—the dreamers who had no other choice than to make

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  • How to get the most out of Channel Partners – or any show, April 6th Conference Call

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    When attending a trade show like Channel Partners you can either own the show or get swept up in the dust. Join us to learn from seasoned show veterans how to maximize your time at the show. On April 6, 2017 at 1:00PM PST, join ladies of Women in the Channel, as we’ll be discussing: How to get the most

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  • Membership Matters: Q&A with Amanda Kelley

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     Amanda Kelly, National Channel Manager at Telco Holdings, Inc. She developed and maintained partnerships with traditional and non-traditional partners to leverage their business contacts and educate organizations on the best IT, telecommunications, and technology solutions available. Who influenced you in your early years to become a leader in your own life, what did they do for you? My parents were highly

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  • When Life Throws You a Curve Ball, Lean Into It

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    By Robin Clisso, National Channel Manager for Quality Uptime Services   LIFE IS GOOD Most of us women work full time, are the primary financial providers & caregivers, and try to maintain a semi-tidy household. This was my life for more than 16 years as a divorcee. During those years there were times I didn’t think life could get any harder

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  • Spring Into a New Mentorship Committee

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    Women in the Channel Continues Membership Expansion By Sonya Meline Spring is around the corner and the Mentorship Committee of Women in the Channel continues to blossom. As Julie Dzubay steps down as chair of this committee, we reflect on the great accomplishments made during her tenure and welcome new committee chair, Kristy Lakich and co-chair, Sonya Meline. Both women

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  • Sponsor Spotlight: Telarus

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    Q&A with Amy Bailey, Vice President of Marketing, Telarus and WiC Conference Call Chair Tell us about yourself(this could be you or anyone you decide to feature at Telarus). I love the outdoors, county music and being with my family. I am at my best when I start my day with a visit to bootcamp at about 5:15 am. My body craves

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  • Introducing: WiC Local Chapters!

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    Now WiC Provides More Opportunities to Get Involved in Your Own Backyard Stacy Conrad, Vice President of Channel sales at Fusion, is chairing up a new WiC committee, Local Chapters. Local Chapters will be going the extra mile to bring additional value to WiC members, at a more personal level. Members are now able to network and collaborate, not only

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  • A Graceful Goodbye: a New Outlook on Death, February 23rd Conference Call

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    Susan Mercer, author of “A Graceful Goodbye,” will use experience and knowledge as an End of Life Doula to provide guidance and insight on how to prepare the attendees for the death of a loved one in the upcoming days, weeks, months or even years. On February 23rd  1pm PST, join Susan Mercer, on turning a very sensitive and depressing

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