CRN Selects Five Carahsoft Execs for 2019 Women of the Channel List

Jeff Brody

Five Carahsoft Technology executives have been included in CRN magazine’s 2019 Women of the Channel list for their professional accomplishments and commitment in the information technology field.

Sales professionals Cortney Steiner, Laura Markovich, Maryam Emdadi Smith, Rebecca Brennan and Tiffany Goddard are among the nearly 700 honorees selected by CRN, the company said Friday.

Brennan, sales director for Splunk public sector at Carahsoft, was recognized for the second time for helping the team achieve a 20 percent increase in sales growth and contract wins during 2018.

Goddard, sales director for citizen experience, law enforcement and geospatial teams, led sales and marketing processes that helped increase her group’s revenue by 122 percent last year.

Markovich, sales director for Tableau public sector, created the Carahsoft Customer Nurture Program to drive collaboration between customer and channel partners.

Smith is a sales director in charge with leading Carahsoft’s Dell Technologies teams focused on partner enablement and channel education, training and marketing programs.

Steiner, vice president of sales, was recognized for leading her team through growth and end-user training initiatives.

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