Julie Smith

Julie Smith is vice president of K-12 sales for CDW Government (CDW-G), a wholly owned subsidiary of CDW, and a leading provider of technology solutions to government, education and healthcare. Julie is responsible for the long- and short-term performance goals, strategic direction, business initiatives and professional development of the K-12 education division. Prior to assuming her current role, she was vice president of higher education sales for CDW-G. In this position, she held responsibility for the division’s performance goals and strategic direction. During her time leading higher education, Smith was instrumental in the launch of the CDW-G 21st Century Campus report. The report, now in its third iteration, provides a broad market overview of the technologies on college campuses from the perspectives of IT professionals, students and faculty. Due to the success of that program, the research was expanded to include K-12 schools in the companion 21st Century Classroom report. Julie has presented the findings of this research with customers and CDW-G interns at numerous industry tradeshows and events. She has also held the role of director of education field sales, in which she was responsible for building a field base team throughout the U.S. to work closely with educational institutions to achieve their goals. Prior to joining CDW-G, Smith served as senior director of public sector state, local and education for Comark Government and Education Sales. She maintains close relationships with the company’s education solution provider partners such as Adobe, Acer, Cisco, HP, Lenovo, NetApp and Sony. She also serves as a member of the board for the Associated Colleges of Illinois. Contact her at jsmith@cdwg.com

 

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