Channeltivity Board of Advisors

Channeltivity’s board of advisors brings together the industry’s most talented, intelligent and experienced channel and technology professionals.

Amaury Gallisa, Software Channel Advisor

With over 20 years of experience in the software channel, Amaury currently advises public and venture backed technology firms with sales, marketing and distribution strategies and capabilities at Grove Capital Partners, a San Francisco-based investment banking and advisory firm. Amaury previously served as vice president of partner sales at VMWare, where he established an extensive partner network strategy for the company’s leading virtualization solutions. Prior to VMWare, Amaury was vice president of sales operations for BEA Systems where he led the company’s transition from a direct sales play to a distribution model.

John Paget, Channel Distribution Advisor

John Paget brings Channeltivity a lifetime of experience in distributor solutions. He recently served as vice president of Avnet, Inc. and global president of Avnet Technology Solutions, a leading distributor of IT solutions in more than 30 countries. John’s impressive background in the technology channel industry also includes leadership positions at Synnex Corporation and GE Technology Financial Services.

Stacy Desrosiers, Industry Advisor

Stacy Desrosiers brings nearly 20 years of channel management and channel marketing expertise to her role as Industry Advisor to Channeltivity. Prior to her current role as Director, Worldwide Channel Marketing at CTERA Networks, she spent two years as a marketing and business development executive at Channeltivity. As a Channeltivity customer at CTERA, Stacy brings her unique perspective and industry knowledge to provide valuable input on our PRM software platform.

Stacy has also led her own channel marketing consulting firm as well as held senior marketing and channel positions at a variety of technology companies including Nasuni, Compuware, Application Security Inc, Virtual Iron (acquired by Oracle) and Akorri (acquired by NetApp).