AT&T Wins 6 Stevie Awards for Women in Business

Kay Kapoor, President, AT&T Federal Government

Kay Kapoor, AT&T Government Solutions

Six AT&T leaders were recognized among the top female executives worldwide at the 13th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business.

Over 1,400 nominations were submitted in more than 90 categories. Stevie Award winners were selected by more than 160 professionals worldwide who participated in the judging process this year.

  • Brooks McCorcle, Female Executive of the Year – Business Services, Gold Award

Celebrated for innovating the way AT&T goes to market, McCorcle leads the majority of the company’s indirect distribution channels. Her leadership transformed her team from a start-up organization into a growth engine for AT&T. The team contributed more than 25 percent of the 2015 incremental growth in strategic services for total AT&T Business Solutions.

  • Kay Kapoor, Women of the Year, Silver Award

Kapoor led her team to win in the global public sector solutions market, while establishing herself as a thought leader in STEM and women’s issues. This Stevie Award marks the 10th time in the last two years Kapoor has received recognition for her leadership and achievements.

  • Anne Chow, Mentor Coach of the Year – Business, Bronze Award

Chow has committed herself to coaching and developing others during the past 20 years. She’s passionate about education, diversity and advancing women in technology. Chow’s pioneered mentoring/sponsorship circles in each organization she’s led – a practice that’s spread across the company. Chow believes one of the greatest rewards in life is the ability to give back.

  • Vicki Jones, Maverick of the Year, Bronze Award

Jones focuses on delivering an extraordinary and seamless customer experience. She leads customer experience and operations and played a key role in the AT&T/DIRECTV merger planning efforts. She continues to find ways to improve the customer experience.

  • Cathy Martine, Female Executive of the Year – Business Products, Bronze Award

Martine has led her team in strategic services revenue growth and the Project VIP Fiber program. She has received many awards, including two back-to-back Gold Stevie Awards for Executive of the Year and Mentor of the Year.

  • Sarita Rao, Innovator of the Year, Bronze Award

Rao is honored for leading the transformation of AT&T’s approach to Enterprise Wi-Fi and filling an emerging demand for managed Wi-Fi in an evolving marketplace. She champions big thinking and professional development as both a mentor and coach to emerging leaders, especially for women in technology.

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