Cindy Hensen
Manager, Partner Enablement Advisors, Red Hat
Cindy Hensen is passionate about partner enablement and enhancing the skills of Red Hat Partners. With a total of over 10 years in the training and enablement space, she spent 6 years helping Channel Partners position services and solutions, realizing this was the area she wanted to focus her energy. Cindy has a unique perspective on how to help partners with creative enablement solutions and is always thinking of new ways to make training more engaging and easy to consume. In her spare time, you will find Cindy with her 2 kids enjoying outdoor activities, quality time with family and friends, traveling, and being obsessed with her Peloton bike!

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Cheat Codes for Red Hat Partner Training

September 7, 2021
Red Hat Partner Training has so much to offer but is there a way to level up your training game? Perhaps some “cheat codes” might help.


Take off with Red Hat Partner training

January 24, 2022
The Red Hat Partner Launch Pad is an initiative designed to ignite your enablement journey and guide you through all the training, assets and product information Red Hat has to offer. Let us guide you on your enablement journey so you can make the most of your time with Red Hat and confidently bring knowledge of Red Hat’s products and solutions to your customers.
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