Meet the judges—Rowena Case

In our Meet the judges series, we’ll be chatting to some of the cloud tech experts on our judging panel to find out more about their experience, their passion for cloud tech, and what they’re making a beeline for at the awards ceremony buffet… 

Rowena Case is Channel Marketing Manager at cloud software leader Nutanix.

Rowena’s professional career spans 20 years in channel leadership roles at companies such as Barracuda Networks, Symantec, and start-ups including Contrast Security and Vipre. 

In her current role, she focuses on enabling the Nutanix Channel Partner Ecosystem by actively contributing to the development, growth, and sales of Nutanix innovative solutions. 
She’s also received a number of recognitions including CRN Women of the Channel, and has produced award-winning marketing campaigns.
Let’s find out more about Rowena. 

Which category are you most looking forward to judging and why?

Rapid Business Innovation Champion. Anything that pivots how it operates to deliver a force of good is something to look forward to. 

Are there any events or performances from the cloud tech space that have wowed you in the past year?

I really enjoyed the events that brought people together, in a fun, collaborative, and informative setting.

I love the way digital has changed how we consume information, and the stand-out performances are the ones that make you really happy you shared your time to attend them. 

What makes a great nomination?

Creativity, testimonials, and results.   

You're at an awards ceremony; what food are you making a beeline to the buffet table for?

 Cheese and cucumber triangles! 

"Cloud technology has helped businesses become more agile, and look at different and alternative routes to market."
Rowena Case
Channel Marketing Manager | Nutanix

How important are awards in promoting diversity and inclusion, especially in sectors like tech?

Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon in the world”. Awards are a way to educate, share, and change mindsets; they’re a great medium to help tackle the industry’s diversity deficit and promote inclusion.

If you were to win an award yourself, perhaps for a secret talent, what would it most likely be?

My secret talent, like a lot of people this year, was definitely being able to work full-time and school children at home!

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