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28 Apr 2021
Women Who Mean Business
Connecting technologists who are passionate about diversity and inclusion with strategic tools, good practices, new ideas and, most importantly, each other has been a critical part of CITF's for years.
This session is a great opportunity to shine a spotlight on women who mean business. Women are redefining business landscape — transforming industries and creating change within their companies and communities. How are women leveraging their unique experiences to navigate challenges, create longevity of their careers and empower others? Our guest will be Claire Vyvyan, Senior Vice President of Dell Technologies who will be sharing her personal perspectives on those issues.
This session will bring together a community of inspirational and influential voices. Learn more and get involved.
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Western European Region, Dell Technologies
Claire assumed the role of Senior Vice President and General Manager for the Western European Region in February 2020 and is responsible for business and strategy, leading a team of sales, solutions and services professionals serving customers across the Western European Region. Previously, Claire was Senior Vice President of the Commercial Business in the UK and Ireland between 2017 and 2020. Other roles include Senior Vice President for the EMEA Enterprise Systems Group between 2013 and 2017, and Director and General Manager of Dell’s UK Public Sector between 2011 and 2013. Claire has also worked in a variety of IT roles, Sales and Marketing roles at ICI Group, Mars Group, Compaq and Microsoft. Claire is married with three children, has a BSc in Mathematics and Sports Sciences and an MSc in Computer Sciences, both from Loughborough University of Technology. Claire played both National League hockey and International Rugby before having children and retains an active passion for all competitive sports and of course new technologies