• CRN Women in Channel Awards 2018

Trish Taylor, Supply Chain Manager at Probrand, has been shortlisted in the Manager of the Year category for the CRN Women in Channel awards.
 

"I have had the privilege of working with Trish for over 8 years. She is very thorough in everything she does and can be depended upon to get the job done. Trish continually shows a high level of management, leadership and mentoring skills and is a valuable contributor to our projects. Trish possesses a winning combination of solid people skills and genuinely cares about her team both professionally and personally."

Ian Nethercot MCIPS
Supply Chain Director

 

The CRN Women in Channel awards recognise female role models who will inspire the next generation. The awards are part of CRN’s wider campaign to explore how best to tackle gender imbalance in the IT industry, in dedication towards achieving greater gender diversity.

The shortlisting is well-deserved for Trish's accomplishments, we wish her luck and success with the final judging stage of the awards taking place on 15th August. 

 

Here's what our vendors have had to say about Trish:

"Trish is one of those people who keeps calm under pressure and can communicate both positive and negative news exceptionally well. Not only is she a fantastic manager, Trish is also very experienced in the IT sector and would be someone that I would have no issue in asking for some help, advice and support."

"Trish is a wonderful 'do-er', roll your sleeves up and get it done kind of manager, the sort I'm sure it would be a privilege (and fun!) to work with. When I work with Trish there is a no-fuss attitude which I know will get any task in question done. There is a quiet calm about Trish that leaves you with confidence."

"You know that if Trish says something will get done, within a few moments you will have an email or call with all the information requested. More than this, she is someone you look forward to speaking with due to her honest and energetic personality"

 

Find out more about CRN’s Women in Channel campaign here