The Key To A Community That Bolsters Career And Life

My WOTC journey gave me the tools and drive to become a leader I’m proud of.

It’s okay to not know what you want, but ask questions to help figure it out. Be open to explore all opportunities. Looking back over my 15-year career, I never thought in my wildest dreams I would be where I am today – the leader and energy behind Women of the Channel.

What started as a small gathering of women has grown to various sold out events in multiple countries, and we’re not slowing down. The Women of the Channel Next-Generation Leaders conference launches Thursday, April 2 in Nashville, Tenn. The event is designed for emerging female leaders in technology who want to move their careers and the industry forward. 

The WOTC Next-Generation Leaders agenda is like no other conference, because it:

  • Connects attendees with other emerging leaders, mentors, sponsors and key business contacts. 
  • Provides education and training on best practices, channel trends and new skills to create better business outcomes. 
  • Delivers best-in-class thought leadership through keynote discussions. 

We are also proud to introduce our newly formed Women of the Channel Next-Generation Leaders Advisory Board, who are the voices behind driving the event content. Like all of our WOTC events, our board helps to unify like-minded people who want to inspire and empower each other to achieve personal and professional success.

It’s that WOTC support system that has me feeling mentally and physically strong with a clear vision, at this point in my career. And my goal is to share the same benefits with all of you through our events.

Building, shaping and executing leadership conferences is my dream. It’s been so fulfilling to watch this community grow through learning how to tackle both your personal and professional goals and forming relationships to help you along the way. I am grateful to play a leadership role on the Women of the Channel conferences and platform. I work with senior and accomplished leaders – many younger than me. It is an energizing experience day-to-day. 

When I was younger, I didn’t have direction and purpose. All I knew is I wanted to help change people’s lives for the better. It’s through the guidance from mentors I was able to meet at events like this, I figured out what I wanted and the steps to get there. By the way, I have been practicing yoga for over 20 years and decided to become a yoga instructor in my spare time to help others become more grounded and balanced. I am blessed that I get to bring my two worlds together.

Connect with others and build your tribe. 

WOTC Next-Generation Leaders

WOTC Leadership Summit West


Sending my best!

Allison Cohen

Event Director, WOTC

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