Tawnya Stone, vice president of enterprise strategic technology for GreatAmerica Financial Services, has been recognized by Cannata Report as one of three core “Women Influencers of 2021” in their August 2021 issue.
Ms. Stone was recognized along with Jennifer Amatucci, vice president of business development at Hytec Dealer Services, and Stacey Sujeebun, director of marketing communications for Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A.
The women were selected based on their executive leadership and overall industry influence.
“Tawnya Stone represents the new generation of leaders propelling the office technology industry,” said CJ Cannata, president and CEO, of the Cannata Report. “In her position at GreatAmerica, she is heralded by both her colleagues and clients for enacting change and advancement through the use of new technologies in the financial services sector of the independent dealer channel. She is a true champion of the industry, exemplified by her tenure as an officer of the Managed Print Services Association, and serves as a role model for all. She is an influencer in every sense of the word, and we are proud to name her one of our 2021 Women Influencers.”
Ms. Stone joined GreatAmerica in 2011 as an IT project manager and eventually evolved into subsequent roles that blended technology and customer-facing activities. She is the second woman from GreatAmerica to be recognized as a Women Influencer in the last five years. Jennie Fisher, senior vice president and general manager of GreatAmerica’s office equipment group, was recognized by The Cannata Report in 2016.