Rodney Clark, Corporate Vice President, Global Channel Sales and Channel Chief, is leaving Microsoft. He will soon be working for a large but undisclosed Microsoft partner.
Clark became the channel CEO at Microsoft in April 2021. He then replaced Gavriella Schuster, who resigned after five years. Rodney Clark worked for Microsoft for almost 25 years – the last few years as a channel leader, but he was also closely involved in Microsoft’s IoT and mixed reality applications.
It is not yet known who will succeed Clark. “We’re actively discussing that and expect to have a new leader in July at the start of our new fiscal year,” said Nick Parker, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Solutions at Microsoft.
Rodney Clark’s successor is likely to be officially unveiled at Microsoft Inspire, the company’s annual partner conference, on July 19-20.