After running the channel charge at Brocade Communications and Ruckus Wireless, Sandra Glaser Cheek is no longer with the company, Brocade confirmed to CRN.
"Sandra Glaser Cheek has been a dynamic leader for the global channel and partner programs at Brocade and we wish her well in her new venture," said Ian Whiting, chief commercial officer for Ruckus, in a statement to CRN.
Glaser Cheek, a 20-year channel veteran and winner of CRN's 2016 Channel Madness Tournament Of Chiefs, was appointed vice president of worldwide channels for Brocade in January. She was previously vice president of worldwide channels at Ruckus Wireless before it was acquired by Brocade last year for $1.2 billion. She also has held top channel executive positions at Extreme Networks, VMware and Adobe Systems.
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Glaser Cheek did not respond to a request for comment by press time.
Brocade-Ruckus is set to be acquired by Broadcom this fall for $5.9 billion; Broadcom plans to then sell Ruckus and its IP networking business to Arris International immediately.