CRN Names SurferQuest President Kathryn Koning to 2022 Women of the Channel List

Kali Davis
Global Software Applications LLC DBA SurferQuest

Kathryn Koning from Global Software Applications LLC DBA SurferQuest named on CRN’s 2022 Women of the Channel List
State College, Pennsylvania April 27, 2022 —

Global Software Applications LLC DBA SurferQuest,
today announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Kathryn Koning, CEO to its
Women of the Channel list for 2022. This esteemed list honors the incredible accomplishments of female
leaders in the IT channel. Those named on this annual list come from all corners of the IT channel
including vendors, distributors, and solution providers whose vision, expertise, and contributions make an
impact on the industry every day.
By bringing innovative concepts, strategic business planning and comprehensive channel initiatives to
life, these extraordinary women support partners and customers with exceptional leadership. CRN
celebrates these women, who are so deserving of recognition, for their constant dedication to channel
Kathryn E Koning, CEO and Founder of Global Software Applications LLC, has been providing software
and technology platforms to multiple verticals including hospitality, through her DBA SurferQuest since

Successfully implementing the first of its kind business center solution to the Westin Times Square,
consequentially starting a new amenity in the hospitality industry, and has continued success ever since.
Kathryn has served as CEO for Wayfinding Pro and Flighttime TV; as well as currently holding the
Director of The Board for Darkness2Hope a 503c nonprofit which assists in combatting Human
Trafficking. Kathryn is an advocate for women and an active member of the Woman’s Business
Enterprise National Council (WBENC)and the Small Business Council for Technology.
With has a passion for philanthropy and the human connection, and her compassion for people, Kathryn
has continuously donated her time and resources to foundations such as The National Center for Missing
and Exploited Children to help bring families back together. The pro-bono project was branded as “the
modern-day milk carton” by CNN referring to the creation of a real time digital data base of missing
children displayed across multiple platforms nationwide.

The Channel Company Contact:
Jennifer Hogan
The Channel Company


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