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Angela Coronica

Director, Partner Sales

Global Virtual Sales - APJC

Angela Coronica is the Director for Cisco’s Global Virtual Sales Specialists (GVSS), responsible for the Commercial Mid Market Specialist sales motion for Cisco’s Infrastructure and Software Solutions. Angela leads a talented and diverse team of managers worldwide to deliver transformational outcomes for both customers and partners. Additionally, Angela has been operating in the Cloud and Data Center arena for over 10 years, collaborating, creating and executing plans to accelerate customer adoption of hybrid cloud solutions for digital transformation. She joined Cisco in 2005 where she has held numerous roles ranging from Strategy and Planning, Senior Partner and Alliance Management as well as Commercial Sales within the Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) and the APJ region. Nearing 30 years of IT experience including technology and management roles within customers, partners and distributors, Angela is also an advocate for Women in IT, Early in Careers and mentoring. Angela is also the APJC Lead for Cisco’s Women of Impact global program. Angela holds a Master of Business (MBA) from the Australian Graduate School of Management at the University of New South Wales/Sydney University, as well as a Bachelors of Applied Science in Computer Science from The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). Angela lives in Sydney, Australia with her husband and son.

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September 7, 2020

PEOPLE AND CULTURE

Person of Impact

Drive a meaningful and impactful messages via 3 key themes – relevance, resonance and resourcefulness. In your next conversations, put these tips in play to be a person of impact. Be a Person of Impact! I am fortunate to lead Cisco’s APJC Woman of Impact program where I have the opportunity to coordinate…

August 10, 2020

PEOPLE AND CULTURE

Diversity Drives Sales Innovation

Similarity kills innovation. Having a diverse workforce changes the way we think, resulting in higher success, plus efficiency. We live in a world filled with people from a diverse backgrounds; in order to succeed in a business that reflects the wider society, it is essential to have more intersectional…