Congrats to our 2017 Women of the Channel

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This blog was written by Richard Steranka.

I’m proud to announce that CRN has recognized five McAfee women for their ability to create and elevate channel partner programs, develop fresh go-to-market strategies, strengthen the channel’s network of partnerships and build creative new IT solutions. As part of this recognition, Jimena Acevdeo, channel programs and enablement manager; Pamela Boich, director, worldwide channel operations; Allison Clarke, director of global partner programs and enablement; Regan Ogner, senior director of global distribution sales; and Natalie Tomlin, director of channel sales, have been named to CRN’s prestigious 2017 Women of the Channel list.  Natalie Tomlin has also been named to the 2017 Power 100, an elite subset of its prestigious annual Women of the Channel list.

The executives who comprise this annual list span the IT channel, representing vendors, distributors, solution providers and other organizations that figure prominently in the channel ecosystem. Each is recognized for her outstanding leadership, vision and unique role in driving channel growth and innovation within their respective companies.

CRN editors select the Women of the Channel honorees based on their professional accomplishments, demonstrated expertise and ongoing dedication to the IT channel. The Power 100 belong to an exclusive group drawn from a larger list of women leaders whose vision and influence are key drivers of their companies’ success and help move the entire IT channel forward.

The 2017 Women of the Channel list is featured in the June issue of CRN Magazine and online at

Congrats again to these amazing women!

Jimena Acevdeo


Pamela Boich


Allison Clarke


Regan Ogner


Natalie Tomlin

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