The first Tuesday of each month, at noon EST, IES Women in Sales Program Director Gina Stracuzzi brings on some of the highest-performing sales professionals in the IES Women in Sales Community to delve deep into the critical topics facing sales professionals today.
They’ll discuss challenges they’re tackling, opportunities they are discovering and how they are growing their teams.
It’s a fun, high-energy panel that will address a wide range of topics that are important to high-performing women in sales.
Learn more about the IES Women in Sales Leadership Forum at www.i4esbd.com/womeninsales.
This week’s guests are Erin Moseley of Intel and Kristen Wisdorf of memoryBlue.
ABOUT KRISTEN WISDORF
Kristen Wisdorf oversees all client engagement and sales development activities for memoryBlue. She is responsible for the successful delivery of services arising out of six memoryBlue offices across the country. She brings over a decade of experience in sales leadership, direct sales, talent acquisition, and sales rep development to clients and the entire services team.
Prior to her current role, Wisdorf served as the Managing Director of the memoryBlue’s largest office and managed memoryBlue’s internal recruiting team. Prior to memoryBlue, Wisdorf served as the Vice President of Sales Recruiting and Development for The AroundCampus Group, where she led a team responsible for the annual hiring, training, and management of 640 sales professionals from college campuses.
Wisdorf’s career has been centered around coaching and developing sales professionals early in their career. Kristen thrives in working with young and hungry professionals to grow and hone their sales abilities. Wisdorf earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
ABOUT ERIN MOSELEY
Erin Moseley is a part of Intel’s U.S. strategic Public Sector team which supports the efforts of public sector and education IT professionals, strategic product partners, and non-profit groups to craft and implement high impact programs using technology solutions. She focuses on current and future technologies within Intel’s strategic objectives across key vertical segments for K-12, higher education, public health, and government services in the Mid-Atlantic region and Civilian accounts. Erin has worked in the technology industry for over 20 years in fields such as data center services, networking, enterprise IT planning, and has been focused on the entire portfolio of Intel products for over 16 years. She received a Bachelor of Science in Communications with a focus in Computer Science from James Madison University.