Jeanne Hopkins, Dee Zepf Named to CRN’s 2016 Women Of The Channel List

Posted May 24, 2016by Ben Barker


Continuum's Senior VP and CMO, Jeanne Hopkins and Vice President of Partner Success, Dee Zepf were named to the prestigious 2016 Women of the Channel list by CRN®. Members of the annual list represent vendors, distributors, solution providers and other organizations that figure prominently in the IT channel ecosystem. In addition, Jeanne was named to the 2016 Power 100, a subset of the annual Women of the Channel list reserved for the most influential of the list’s constituents.

Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company knows how important these women are to the channel.

“These executives have made a lasting mark on our industry—growing and elevating partner programs, leading transitions to new business models and introducing cutting-edge go-to-market strategies, among other remarkable achievements. We congratulate all the 2016 Women of the Channel and celebrate their singular contributions to the advancement of the channel ecosystem.”

At Continuum, Dee Zepf provides a broad organizational focus on partner satisfaction, engagement, growth and retention. She has over 20 years of software and product management experience. Dee has been named to the Women of the Channel list since 2013.

Since joining Continuum in 2013, Jeanne Hopkins has built a powerhouse metrics based sales and marketing machine. She has over 25 years of sales and marketing experience and is renowned in data-driven, high-velocity demand creation marketing programs for high-growth SaaS companies.

CRN editors select the Women of the Channel honorees based on their professional accomplishments, demonstrated expertise and ongoing dedication to the IT channel. The 2016 Women of the Channel list is being featured in the June issue of CRN Magazine and online at



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Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

Topics: CRN

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