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Schweitzer and Moore named among elite Power 70
North Sioux City, South Dakota (May 11, 2022) – South Dakota information-technology leader and value-added reseller Sterling announced today that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named five Sterling leaders to the CRN Women of the Channel list for 2022: Jennifer Deitloff (Chief Financial Officer), Lynette Lambing (Vice President of Bids and Contracts), Rebecca Eberly (Senior Director of Human Resources), Mindy Schweitzer (Senior Director of Marketing), and Megan Moore (Director of Strategic Programs & Partner Alliances).
For the second consecutive year, Schweitzer and Moore have been elevated to the yet more exclusive CRN Power70 Solution Providers stratum, as “exemplary executives who drive professional success through significant influence, leadership, and dedication to their own organizations and the entire IT channel.”
Women have held leadership positions since Sterling’s founding more than 25 years ago, and the company has earned certifications as a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and a Woman Business Enterprise (WBE).
Sterling owner Jean Moore says, “Our company would not be where it is today without the talents, brainpower, and determination of Sterling’s diverse workforce. Forty-seven percent of our employees are women. It goes without saying that women will continue to be catalysts of Sterling’s success in our future. We’re proud to congratulate Jennifer, Lynette, Rebecca, Mindy, and Megan for this much-deserved recognition.”
CRN’s annual Women of the Channel list recognizes female leaders in the information-technology channel, including solution providers, vendors, and distributors. The women honored on this year’s elite list have contributed to and advanced their company’s business plans, marketing initiatives, and other projects while supporting their business partners, customers, and fellow employees throughout the tumult of the global pandemic.