We are pleased to share that the highly-respected CRN® 2021 Women of the Channel list, recognized Rachel Meuser, Head of National Solution Providers (NSP Sales), Paula Dymond, Head of North America B2B and EDU Marketing; and Carolyn Gluth, Head of Education Channel Sales for their unique achievements as female leaders in the IT channel. Meuser additionally received the Power 100 award, an exclusive subgroup of the 2021 Women of the Channel list and an impressive honor. Meuser, Dymond and Gluth all achieved success across B2B and EDU sales at Logitech despite an uncertain year brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meuser, in her role as Head of NSP Sales, drove business development by applying her wisdom and expertise in the IT channel with more than 20 years of experience in the technology and business products industry. Her success in providing consultative, solutions-based strategies as Head of the National Solution Provider (NSP) Channel has contributed to Logitech’s 76% growth in Fiscal Year 2021, doubling Q4 revenue.
Meanwhile, as Head of North America B2B and EDU Marketing, Dymond delivered unique and inspiring campaigns to drive awareness of how Logitech’s personal workspace solutions can enhance efficiency and team performance for organizations and educators, whether working at home or in the classroom.
Gluth, Head of Education, has been a noteworthy leader for 16 years in the channel. Recently she took her passion for education and combined it with her channel expertise to fulfill her vision of enabling students and educators as Logitech focuses on, and builds out, the education portfolio of products.
“CRN’s 2021 Women of the Channel list acknowledges accomplished, influential women whose dedication, hard work and leadership accelerate channel growth,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “We are proud to honor them for their many accomplishments and look forward to their continued contributions to the IT channel.”
The Women of The Channel list celebrates exceptional women for their leadership, dedication and channel advocacy. Faced with the uncertainty brought on by the global COVID-19 pandemic, women recognized on this year’s list developed innovative business plans and marketing initiatives to support their partners and customers.
We continue to support women in tech at Logitech and worldwide through our initiatives with Girls Who Code and through recognizing the achievements of our amazing Women In IT. We congratulate Meuser, Dymond, and Gluth once again on their achievements and look forward to seeing what they accomplish next. For more information about Logitech’s innovative business and workspace solutions, please visit our website.