CorpInfo-Onica, a leading AWS Premier Consulting and Managed Service Partner is proud to announce that CRN has named Natallia Beliakova, to its prestigious 2017 Women of the Channel list.
The CRN 2017 Women of the Channel List
The executives who comprise this annual list span the IT channel, representing vendors, distributors, solution providers, and other organizations that figure prominently in the channel ecosystem. Each is recognized for her outstanding leadership, professional accomplishments, and unique role in driving channel growth and innovation.
As Head of Operations, Natallia oversees all day-to-day operations, including technical project delivery, resourcing, client and team support, project accounting, governance, tools, and processes. A year ago, the Cloud Services division was an enthusiastic group of a few individuals passionate about Amazon Web Services (AWS). Natallia joined a team and over the next year and a half, helped it grow 10x. In collaboration with the senior leadership team, Natallia has helped the company increase revenue over 86% and positioned us as a premier technology consulting company.
“These extraordinary executives support every aspect of the channel ecosystem, from technical innovation to marketing to business development, working tirelessly to keep the channel moving into the future. They are creating and elevating channel partner programs, developing fresh go-to-market strategies, strengthening the channel’s network of partnerships and building creative new IT solutions, among many other contributions. We congratulate Natallia and all the 2017 Women of the Channel on their stellar accomplishments and look forward to their future success.”
– Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company
Additionally, Natallia has been involved in Project Management Institute chapters in Washington D.C. and Los Angeles, serving as an Associate Director of the Mentoring Program and an Associate VP of Finance. She is also an active member of Amplify’s Round Table for PMO Executive Leaders. Natallia has a Ph.D. and M.A. in Comparative Literature from the State University of New York in Binghamton and a B.A. in English and German from Belarus State University.
To read Natallia’s full feature, please visit CRN.com.