Carol Scharfenorth has joined Sales Sherpas as the company’s Director of Marketing Operations.
Scharfenorth will assist with strategic account development, manage client marketing
projects and campaigns, and supervise business partner activities. She brings eight years of
telecommunications marketing experience to Sales Sherpas, an important skill set as it
directly enhances the company’s primary niche’.
According to CEO Dave Gee, “Carol is dialed in to the future of the telecom industry, but
more importantly, she has strong marketing aptitude combined with boundless energy and
the ability to efficiently and effectively manage projects. Her talents will unquestionably
enhance our ability to provide strong sales growth for our clients.”
Previously, Scharfenorth was a marketing manager at TDS Telecom, a subsidiary of
Telephone and Data Systems.
Welcome aboard Carol!
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