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                                Kathy ChillPremier Sponsor

                                  Kathy is founder and President of Chill Strategic Partners, a firm specializing in go-to-market services for technology companies around the world.? Established in 2013, the company provides both strategic guidance and hands-on operational support and has helped its clients successfully enter new markets, launch new products and optimize existing revenue streams.? Clients include early stage start-ups, growth companies as well as established public and private companies.? Kathy is a senior executive with over 22 years in the technology industry, including global focus on business development, product marketing and sales across multiple industries.? Prior to founding Chill Strategic Partners, and during a decade at the SaaS division of Citrix, she grew revenue from $30M to $511M to help Citrix become one of the ten larges SaaS companies in the world.? Kathy previously led marketing and business development for a firm specializing in building wireless communications networks and data centers and was responsible for generating more than $90M in revenue for the company.? Kathy holds a B.A. in Business Management from Antioch University.

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