We’re delighted to announce that Dropbox CMO Carolyn Feinstein has been recognized as one of the Most Influential Women in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times. Over the course of her career Carolyn’s passion for storytelling, coupled with her role in building phenomenal brands, have been an inspiration. Carolyn’s guidance and leadership is instrumental to our success. As the head of our marketing team, Carolyn’s extensive experience has helped Dropbox’s marketing teams effectively share our story on a global scale. Under her leadership, Dropbox is helping hundreds of millions of users and customers around the world discover a better way to work, through compelling narratives and messaging.
We’re also thrilled to share that Dropbox’s Ellen Fleming has selected as one of the 2017 “Up and Comers,” and as a member of CRN’s annual Women of the Channel list. The Women of the Channel list recognizes influential leaders in the channel industry, and celebrates their talents, and their insight. The Up and Comers category specifically recognizes “rising stars” whose efforts are making waves in the IT channel. As the Director for Global Partner Programs, Ellen built and oversees the team tasked with developing a reseller program to accelerate Dropbox sales through the channel. Under Ellen’s guidance, the Partner Program team developed training curriculum for sales, technical services, support and marketing tracks. Ellen oversaw the launch of over 20 cloud marketplaces with distributors, helping the program grow to thousands of partners globally.
Great teams are what make Dropbox possible, and we’re proud to celebrate the strong leadership that helps those teams succeed.