GreatAmerica’s Fisher Named 2016 Cannata Report Key Women Influencer
SEP 2, 2016 - 7:06 am
Jennie Fisher, SVP and General Manager of the Office Equipment Group, GreatAmerica Financial Services, was recognized as one of the core three “Women Influencers of 2016” in The Cannata Report’s July/August 2016 issue. Fisher was also featured in a video short, “GA’s Jennie Fisher: On Set with 2016’s Women Influencers,” which took viewers behind the scenes of The Cannata Report’s 2016 Women Influencers Issue cover and cover story photo shoot.
The Women Influencers were selected based on their executive leadership and overall industry influence.
“When it comes to engaging with dealers and adding value to office products, imaging and business technology industry events, Jennie is the most visible senior woman executive,” said CJ Cannata, EVP and publisher of The Cannata Report. “She excels at bringing together people from all corners of the industry and is a role model and inspiration to so many young women and men, like me. Unwavering in her commitment to the industry, her company and her to role as a leader and dealer partner, Jennie is among my most trusted advisors as we continue to evolve our brand and grow our business.”
Fisher began work with GreatAmerica shortly after its inception in 1992. She is responsible for sales, marketing, operations and financial performance for the Office Equipment Group, the largest GreatAmerica business unit. She has been involved in lease financing since 1989.
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