239 – Jennifer Anaya And Mark Essayian
A live recording of our educational podcast The Grammar of Science and Technology with Jennifer Anaya and Mark Essayian.
Jennifer Anaya serves as vice president of marketing for Ingram Micro, where she is responsible for the strategic direction of marketing for the Americas, as well as leadership of Agency Ingram Micro. This year she was also appointed to serve as the global Executive Champion for Ingram Micro’s Trust X Alliance partner community. With nearly two decades of marketing experience, Jennifer has been recognized as one of the “Most Powerful Women in the IT Channel” by CRN Magazine, and regularly shares marketing and business best practices as a presenter at top industry events. Her career accomplishments include leading the successful development of Ingram Micro’s award-winning agency business. She has been instrumental in developing and evangelizing the Ingram Micro Americas’ ONE Ingram Micro value proposition, including creating strategies to showcase the business’ broad portfolio of products and services throughout the channel and through Ingram Micro’s signature ONE partner event now hosted in Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America.
Mark Essayian is President of KME Systems Inc., a technology adoption company he founded in 1993 that provides IT services to a wide range of clients. Mr. Essayian’ s background has involved technology for over 30 years , he attended the University of California Irvine where he earned a degree in Physics with an emphasis in Computer Science and Engineering. He continually adds to his education and provides strong IT and business experience to KME’s clients. He currently serves on the advisory board for several manufacturers and over the past 20 years has worked with Intel, Cisco and HP on dealer advisory councils. Presently he serves as the virtual CIO to several of KME’s clients in the healthcare field. Mark is also a source of information to many trade magazines as a thought leader in the IT industry.
The Grammar of Science and Technology
In 1902, Albert Einstein gifted a book, Karl Pearson’s The Grammar of Science, to his colleagues to start a conversation about the universe. Expanding on that conversation, we invite a variety of experts to share the stories behind landmark advancements and discoveries in the fields of science and technology. Recorded in front of a live audience at the 1888 Center, this educational program is designed as a series of brief explorations into our natural world and the human ability to manipulate it. In partnership with Chapman University and Ingram Micro.
Producers: Trevor Allred and Kevin Staniec
Manager: Sarah Becker
Host: Rochelle Breedon
Guest: Jennifer Anaya And Mark Essayian
Audio: Brew Sessions Live
1888 Center Podcast music composed and performed by Dan Reckard