Leading Document Management Publication Selects Lujan for Her Positive Industry Impact
LAKE FOREST, California, September 25, 2019 — Toshiba America Business Solutions is proud to announce that Maegan Lujan has been selected as a 2019 Woman Influencer by The Cannata Report.
Lujan, who is currently director of solutions and services marketing at Toshiba, was also previously recognized as a 2016 Young Influencer by The Cannata Report.
“Maegan has demonstrated initiative and relentless commitment to both our channel and culture since joining Toshiba. The spirit of innovation that sets Toshiba apart from our competitors runs deep in her DNA,” Toshiba America Business Solutions President and CEO Scott Maccabe said. “Her dedication and proven capabilities have rightfully earned her these recognitions. We are proud to have her as part of our Toshiba family supporting our solutions and services strategy.”
Before joining Toshiba in 2013, Lujan accumulated nearly a decade of experience in the technology field linking technology vendors and resellers with the best products and services to advance their lines of business.
“I’m honored to be a 2019 Woman Influencer in Tech,” Lujan said. “And, I am thrilled to share my journey and help empower the next generation of women in document solutions technology.”
The publication annually highlights women who have made a significant impact in the industry. Lujan was one of three women recognized this year.
“Maegan represents the next generation of talent driving the imaging industry today. She stands out as an executive who is completely committed to achieving her customers’ goals. Wise beyond her years, Maegan garners respect for her wide-ranging knowledge and industry acumen, and leaves a lasting impression with everyone she meets,” states CJ Cannata, CEO and President, The Cannata Report. “It is an honor to include Maegan as one of our 2019 Women Influencers, making her one of only two executives in the industry to have been named both a Women Influencer and a Young Influencer by The Cannata Report.”