Strategic Solutions and Services Leadership
Senior Vice President, Strategic Solutions and Services
Neal Campbell is responsible for CDW’s technology solutions teams focusing on cloud, mobility, security, collaboration, data center and services.Read More
Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Bradley University and an M.B.A. in finance and marketing from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. He serves on the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of Chicago.
Stephen C. Braat
Vice President, Cloud and Managed Solutions
Stephen Braat is vice president of cloud and managed solutions for CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions for business, government, education and healthcare. Braat is responsible for leading all aspects of cloud and managed solutions business at CDW, including go-to-market strategies, offerings, pricing, partner relationships, business development and operational infrastructure.Read More
Prior to HSBC, he designed and implemented a service delivery model in an operation of PNC Financial Services Group as the senior vice president, director of operations. Braat also managed one of the country’s first enterprise check imaging programs, allowing banks to clear checks digitally. He is a former management consultant with Accenture and Ariba, where he formulated and executed strategy on business-critical, cutting-edge technology initiatives. Some of his more notable client engagements included The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Alcoa, KeyBank, Motorola and The Walt Disney Co.
Braat holds a B.B.A. in human resources and industrial relations from the University of Toledo and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management. Additionally, Braat serves on the board of directors for the Preservation Foundation of the Lake County Forest Preserves, which partners with corporations to ensure the preservation and restoration of Lake County’s natural landscapes for future generations.
Andrea E. Bradshaw
Vice President and General Manager, Mobility Solutions
Andrea Bradshaw is vice president and general manager of mobility solutions for CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare. Bradshaw is responsible for leading the profitable growth of the mobility business at CDW, including the development and execution of an integrated strategy that fully leverages CDW’s expansive capabilities in the mobility space to meet the evolving needs of our customers.Read More
Bradshaw holds a B.S. in marketing from Elmhurst College and holds several patents in wireless device billing and management software.
Vice President, Service Solutions
Tom DeCoster is vice president of service solutions for CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare. DeCoster is responsible for the overall strategy of the Service Solutions group, which is comprised of project-based professional services and operations-based managed services.Read More
His team of 1,200 delivers and manages technology solutions including converged infrastructure and systems and software solutions for customers across the United States and Canada. Service Solutions is sought after and trusted to deliver and manage mission-critical technology infrastructure for customers and is recognized for its world-class professionals and operational excellence.
DeCoster joined CDW in 2006 as senior director of professional services. Prior to joining CDW, DeCoster was senior director of professional services at Berbee Information Networks.
DeCoster earned a B.S. in business from Indiana University and an M.S. in engineering from the University of Colorado.
Vice President, Networking, Collaboration and Security Solutions
Christine Holloway is vice president of networking, collaboration and security solutions for CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare. Holloway is responsible for the overall strategy and development of CDW’s unified communications and collaboration, enterprise networking and security solutions offerings. She leads a team of more than 300 solution architects who are responsible for designing and configuring these solutions for CDW clients and prospects.Read More
Prior to joining CDW in 2007, Holloway was vice president of sales and marketing at Tushaus Computer Services and held roles of increasing responsibility at Norstan Communications, most recently serving as director of sales.
Holloway earned a B.S. in education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and has completed additional post-graduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Presently, she serves on the board of directors of College Possible, a national nonprofit organization that makes college admission and graduation possible for low-income students through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support. Holloway is also active in numerous community and mission outreach initiatives through her church.
James J. Lillis
Vice President of Technology Solutions, Small Business
James “Norm” Lillis is vice president of technology solutions, small business for CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare. Lillis is responsible for leading the technical solutions function for CDW’s Small Business unit.Read More
Lillis joined CDW in 1993 as an account manager, and since then has amassed a broad range of customer, channel and leadership experience spanning various customer segments. Lillis served in a variety of management positions before being promoted to vice president of sales in 2000. He was appointed as vice president of services in 2006 with primary responsibility for CDW’s product and configuration services. In 2009, he was promoted to vice president of data center solutions.
Lillis graduated cum laude from Loras College with a B.A. in speech communications/public relations. He also completed the University of Chicago’s Chicago Management Institute program in 2003. Lillis is a member of the CompTIA Services Section, the Sales Executive Council of the Corporate Executive Board and the Executive Club of Chicago, where he serves on the technology committee. Additionally, Lillis is past president of the board of directors of CASA Lake County, a local office of the nationwide CASA program, which supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children so that they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.
Lisa M. Stewart
Vice President, Software Solutions
Lisa Stewart is vice president of software solutions for CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare. Stewart is responsible for working with both the sales and product and partner management teams on the strategy and direction of CDW’s software business, including software solutions and services, licensing sales and licensing management for strategic partners.Read More
Stewart joined CDW in 2015 and brings more than 25 years of experience aligning clients’ software needs to the broad IT marketplace. Prior to joining CDW, Stewart served as vice president for SoftwareONE, where she was responsible for the U.S. business unit. In addition, Stewart has held various senior leadership positions including senior vice president of software at Zones, Inc., senior vice president of global client operations at Insight Enterprises and senior vice president of global customer operations at Software Spectrum.
Beyond this, as the co-founder of Growth Bridge Partners, Lisa combined her experience in sales, operations and business development with her entrepreneurial interests to help grow young and/or “struggling” companies. She enables new companies to organize, go-to-market and secure funding most effectively – and collaborates with struggling entities to redefine strategies, processes and approaches.
Stewart received a B.B.A. in marketing from Lamar University.
William T. Weaver
Vice President, Advanced Technologies
Bill Weaver is vice president of advanced technologies for CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare. He is responsible for leading CDW’s branch office sales teams in selling unified communications, virtualization and other advanced technology solutions.Read More
Previously, Weaver served as vice president of medium and large segment sales, where his primary focus was to further strengthen CDW’s position in these segments and expand to new markets and customers.
Weaver joined CDW in 2007 and brings more than 20 years of experience. As vice president, U.S. enterprise sales, Technology Solutions Group for Hewlett-Packard, he was responsible for revenue and margin growth for enterprise, mid-market and public sector businesses. He led the U.S. Enterprise Team’s transformation to a “solutions-based” sales force and was also responsible for the technology group call centers, system integrator team and several industry verticals. Prior to this role, Weaver acted as regional vice president of Compaq, which was acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2002.