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EP. 18 It was a wake up call when her daughter wanted to drop out of STEM in high school. Now, Gavriella Schuster wants you to BeCOME an ally.

Inspiring Women with Laurie McGraw

EP. 18 It was a wake up call when her daughter wanted to drop out of STEM in high school. Now, Gavriella Schuster wants you to BeCOME an ally.

Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Gavriella Schuster, a veteran executive with ideas and a plan to solve gender equity. Gavriella describes her BeCOME framework and urges all of…
April 19, 2021

EP. 18 It was a wake up call when her daughter wanted to drop out of STEM in high school. Now, Gavriella Schuster wants you to BeCOME an ally.

Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Gavriella Schuster, a veteran executive with ideas and a plan to solve gender equity. Gavriella describes her BeCOME framework and urges all of us to take action now.

Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President, One Commercial Partner 

As a C-level Microsoft executive and thought leader, Gavriella leads a global portfolio of channel partners that has influenced over $1 trillion in ecosystem revenues. She brings over 20 years of leadership in digital and cloud transformation roles, driving strategy and execution spanning all aspects of business model and product development, launch, marketing, sales and partner development. Gavriella currently leads global recruitment, enablement and engagement of Microsoft’s fast-growing partner ecosystem. As a builder and change agent, she has built and turned around businesses by inspiring a vision for future customer relevance and engaging teams in developing the roadmap.

You can follow Gavriella on LinkedIn.

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