Every day, hundreds of women around the world lead VMware’s engagement with tens of thousands of partners. We are therefore pleased to announce that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has included 49 VMware leaders to the 2022 Women of the Channel list. In addition, VMware leaders Sandy Hogan, Jeanne Newberry, and Tracy-Ann Palmer appear on the prominent Power 100 list, which honors some of the most powerful women of the channel, chosen by the CRN editorial team based on their contributions, expertise, and channel advocacy.
VMware is redefining the workplace of the future through initiatives that include diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). As part of the company’s 2030 Agenda, VMware is committed to hiring 50 / 50 women and gender non-binary / men, and 50-percent of our managers identify as a woman, gender non-binary, and/or from an underrepresented community by 2030.
The Women of the Channel list honors the accomplishments of women leaders in the IT channel. Those named on this annual list come from all corners of the IT channel — including vendors, distributors, and solution providers — whose vision, expertise and contributions make an impact on the industry every day.
“We are proud to once again recognize the remarkable leaders on this year’s Women of the Channel list. Their influence, confidence, and diligence continue to accelerate channel success significantly,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “Their accomplishments will inspire others, and we look forward to witnessing their future contributions to the channel.”
The VMware leaders recognized on the 2022 Women of the Channel list are:
VMware is building a more sustainable, equitable and secure future by integrating ESG goals across the company and aligning them with its core business strategy. These goals are reflected in the company’s 2030 Agenda, a decade-long ESG commitment and call to action to build a world in which its technology will make a positive impact on all its stakeholders.
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