Shelly Landsmann to Step Down as General Manager of Microsoft Israel
In a letter, Landsmann said that after 22 years with the company, she had decided to "hit refresh and move on to the next chapter"
Shelly Landsmann, the general manager of Microsoft Israel, will be stepping down in early July after a four-year tenure. In a letter sent to employees Tuesday, Landsmann said that after 22 years with the company, she had decided to “hit refresh and move on to the next chapter.”
As general manager, Landsmann was responsible for Microsoft’s business activity in Israel, while the company’s local research and development efforts are headed by Assaf Rappaport. Before being appointed general manager, Landsmann served in various roles in Microsoft, including public sector director and enterprise services lead.
Shelly Landsmann. Photo: Amit Sha'al