SANTA ANA, Calif., September 19, 2016 — Women in the Channel (WiC), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of female channel leaders in technology, announced today that Laura Bella has been named as the co-chair of the group’s Membership Committee. In her new role, Bella will help manage the recruitment of new WiC members as well as cultivate new ideas for membership growth and benefits.
As Channel Partner Manager at NetCarrier, Laura recruits new agents and manages key master agent relationships to drive Net Carrier’s sales efforts. She began her career at NetCarrier in 2011 and held several positions within the organization to include marketing and sales support. Her success in previous roles quickly led to her promotion to channel partner manager. Laura graduated from Strayer University with a Bachelors of Business Administration- Marketing Management.
“Laura impressed me from day one. Outspoken and passionate about WiC, she is always bringing fresh ideas to our committee,” said Helene Kidary, Chair of Membership, Board Member and vice president channel sales at OnSIP. “Her natural tendency is to lean-in and that’s what leaders are made of. I look forward to working with Laura to help continue to drive numbers and increase benefits for our Members.”
“I am looking forward to working with Helene to co-chair the Membership committee and to be a part of such an amazing group of women,” said Bella. “I am beyond ecstatic to work with Helene, who has be instrumental in our membership growth. I look forward to learning more every day and being an even bigger part of WiC.”
About Women in the Channel (WiC)
Established in 2010, Women in the Channel is a grassroots organization made up of women who are in leadership, ownership and revenue generating roles in the alternate sales channel sector of the telecommunications industry. Month after month, these women are responsible for generating sales for their companies and creating wealth for their families. WiC members are wives and mothers and sisters, and a high percentage of us are the main breadwinners in our families. WiC brings together this group because in an industry that is growing, expanding and changing the number of women at such levels is not matching that growth. To learn more and to become a member, please visit www.womeninthechannel.org
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