Managing director of partner organisation UKI at Cisco
Career history: 23 years at Cisco in roles such as managing director for its UKI Service sales organisation.
Measure of influence: Runs a team of 40 and manages the Cisco UKI partner community
Activities to advance women in tech: One-to-one mentoring of women.
What's been your career highlight so far?
As the service delivery lead for the UKI, I was responsible for Cisco's role as the official network infrastructure supporter to the London 2012 Games, which included the implementation of the Wifi Network in partnership with BT.
This was the ultimate example of how Cisco and its partners can collaborate to deliver a world class-event under the focus of the world's media. There was no service impacting issues reported during both the Olympics and Paralympic Games, and personally a phenomenal experience!
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