I have been at Envision since:


Hobbies, activities, or interests:

My family is everything to me and I spend as much time as I possibly can with my three children. I am an avid animal lover and rescue advocate as well as an adoption coordinator for a local rescue. I have two rescues, "Stella" a Boston Terrier/Boxer mix and "Koda" an Australian Cattle/Lab mix with 3 legs. I also love to travel, I'm an avid reader of psychological thrillers. Music and the ocean are my happy place. Walking brings me peace and I walk for miles daily. I love pickleball and kayaking.

Interesting story or fact about me:

On one of my recent trips to Nashville, I met a group of guys at Logan Airport right before we boarded our flight . They told me they had a band and had just finished a performance at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport. I asked what the name of their band was and they told me that they were "The Temptations". I was obviously having a non-brain working moment when I asked them how they were able to take that name when the real Temptations are still touring. At that moment they gathered around me in the middle of the airport and sang "My Girl" and then asked if we could all take a group picture .

Professional summary:

Karen has 20 years in the technology industry and has been part of a team with both national and local solution providers. She spent the early part of her career in Business Development before moving into various leadership roles both locally and nationally. Karen's career has always been focused on Vendor Relations and Partnerships and she has strong channel relationships. Karen has a passion and a strength for building and motivating high performing teams and strong client relationships. She is a member of the "Women of the Channel" (WOTC). Karen was recently named a "Women of the Year Honoree" by CRN and has won numerous industry awards including "Channel Chief" issued by CRN, "Power 70" honoring the top 70 female leaders driving Channel success to name a few. She is an active board member of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) and "Women of the Channel" (WOTC). Karen co-founded Women of Massachusetts Engagement Network (W.O.M.E.N.) to create a space for women to come together, ignite inspiration and build community.