5 Female AT&T Leaders Took Home Stevie® Awards for Women in Business

The Stevie® Awards for Women in Business honored 5 of our female leaders at an awards ceremony Friday.

More than 1,500 people entered in over 90 categories. Stevie Award winners were selected by more than 170 executives worldwide who participated in the judging process.

Jennifer Biry, Maverick of the Year, Silver Award

Jennifer Biry is the chief financial officer of AT&T Technology and Operations. She is responsible for the financial operations of our technology development and network deployment. She also manages AT&T’s capital program, which has been the largest in the U.S. since 2011. Under her guidance, the company plans to have invested around $22 billion in 2017.

Anne Chow, Female Executive of the Year – Business Services, Silver Award

Anne Chow is the president of National Business, AT&T Business. She leads more than 12,000 business professionals who support 95% of our business customers nationwide. Across AT&T Business, she oversees customer experience, management of direct and indirect sales channels, call center support, and DIRECTV for Business.

Stacy Schwartz, Female Executive of the Year – Business Services, Silver Award

As vice president of Federal Public Safety, AT&T Public Sector, Stacy leads a team that consistently excels in its support of federal public safety agencies with our advanced technologies and services. She’s a key leader on the AT&T FirstNet team, working to bring the benefits of FirstNet to federal public safety agencies nationwide. 

Brooks McCorcle, Mentor or Coach of the Year – Business, Bronze Award

Brooks is recognized for her longstanding commitment to meeting the mentoring needs of young leaders inside and outside of AT&T. She is a strong believer in the power of sharing your story, advocating for each other and reaching out one-on-one to support each other.

Sue Galvanek, Most Innovative Woman of the Year – Business Services, Bronze Award

Sue is honored for leading the vision for how AT&T Partner Exchange® would approach the Internet of Things (IoT). She guided her team in developing a program to deliver the right IoT-based assets and resources to help lower the entry barrier for solution providers. Her leadership helped AT&T Partner Exchange more than double IoT activations after launching its IoT channel resources.  

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