Women of AT&T Shine at the Stevie Awards
Women of AT&T stood out Friday night, earning top awards in five categories at the Stevie® Awards for Women in Business. The Stevies are an annual competition that recognizes outstanding performance in the workplace.
Congratulations to award winners:
Cathy Martine, Female Executive of the Year, Business Services, gold award
The judges honored Cathy, president, Enterprise Business Solutions, for the transformation of the sales force to a universal seller model selling solutions across the mobility and strategic services portfolios, and for leading AT&T’s “Fiber to the Building” initiative to deliver fiber to business customer locations in multi-tenant office buildings.
Lori Lee, Female Executive of the Year, Consumer Services, silver award
Lori, senior executive vice president, Home Solutions, was honored for transforming the consumer wireline organization and her leadership in driving growth in U-verse high-speed Internet and TV, and launch of U-verse with AT&T GigaPowerSM.
Dahna Hull, Female Executive of the Year, Consumer Products, bronze award
Recognized for her grassroots approach to rolling out GigaPowerSM in Austin, Dahna, vice-president, AT&T GigaPower, is now responsible for working with various teams across the company to take key learnings from Austin and apply them to recently launched Dallas and Ft. Worth.
Brooks McCorcle, Mentor or Coach of the Year, Business, bronze award
Honored for her creation of an open and collaborative culture that fosters innovation and empowerment, Brooks, president, Emerging Business Markets and Wholesale Solutions, was also recognized for her leadership in formal mentoring programs – serving the community and inspiring others to serve.
Carmen Nava, Maverick of the Year, bronze award
The judges recognized Carmen, senior vice president, Customer Experience, for fostering the “I Can Help You With That” campaign throughout the company and making sure the voice of the customer is heard.