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Insight’s Incoming CEO Joyce Mullen On Making History, M&A And Top Challenges

‘With the 21 years at Dell with all of those different jobs, I’ve got a lot of different experience in services, sales, operations, logistics…even strategy so I feel very well prepared. I am very grateful to all of my bosses and leaders and mentors who’ve helped me build skills.”–Joyce Mullen, Insight’s incoming president and CEO.

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You ’re the first woman CEO at Insight. How does it feel to help pave the way and be an inspiration for more women to take on leadership roles in the technology industry? 

I’m not sure I feel like I’m paving the way, there’s a bunch of great women in tech. I think there’s 42 or 43 CEOs in the Fortune 500 who are women, five in tech right now. There’s been more, it’s been going up and down. I feel like it’s a tremendous honor and a great privilege.

I’m one of many women leaders at Insight. About 60 percent of our senior executives are women at Insight. I feel like there’s plenty of people who’ve gone before me who’ve been doing a terrific job figuring out how to get teams to deliver exceptional results. I hope to follow in their footsteps and am super excited to do that with the team.

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