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Anne Chow Appointed As First Female CEO Of AT&T Business

about 4 years ago by Lucy Cinder

Anne Chow Appointed As First Female CEO Of AT&T Business


Anne Chow has confirmed that she is now the CEO of AT&T Business, becoming the first-ever woman to hold that position in the company.

She replaces Thaddeus Arroyo, who will become the CEO of AT&T’s consumer business.

“This is an exciting time at AT&T, and in AT&T Business, as we have a unique opportunity to provide our customers with the innovative solutions they need to better run their businesses and serve their customers,” said Chow to ABC News.

“With breakthrough technologies like 5G, businesses around the world will be poised to transform and disrupt their own industries. I look forward to this journey with an incredible team of women and men.”

Chow expressed her gratitude on social media and posted how she has been welcomed into her new role with congratulatory flowers from her colleagues.

“48 hours into my new gig and I’m overwhelmed with gratitude. Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for,” she posted on Twitter last week Thursday.

Despite the fact that AT&T Business is yet to make a formal announcement about her new appointment, Chow has changed her job title on LinkedIn and has been thanking her co-workers who have been wishing her well on their timeline.

Chow has worked for AT&T for 29 years, where she has moved through various management and executive positions.

She has a Marketing, Operations Management MBA, and also has a master’s in Electrical Engineering.

In July, IBM and AT&T announced a multi-year strategic alliance, which will see AT&T Communications use IBM’s knowledge to modernise its business solutions to enable migrations to the IBM Cloud.

AT&T Business will utilize Red Hat’s open-source platform to manage workloads and applications. The improvements will allow AT&T Business to better serve enterprise customers.

source dataeconomy

Industry: Telecommunications

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