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Dagher named president of Cisco Canada

Tuesday 6 June 2017 | 03:49 CET | News
Cisco appointed Rola Dagher as the new president of Cisco Canada. Dagher replaces Bernadette Wightman, who has successfully completed her contract in Canada and is returning to the UK. Dagher joins Cisco from Dell EMC, where she held a variety of leadership roles in sales, channels, and IT. Most recently, she served as VP and general manager of the Canadian Infrastructure Solutions Group for Dell EMC, responsible for leading the server, storage, networking, products, and systems engineering business. Wightman led Cisco Canada since 2014.

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Companies: Cisco / Dell EMC / EMC
Countries: Canada
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