Tech Industry Luncheon - May 15
Covid-19 response, technology predictions in the future and what is next for 5G
Featuring Anne Chow, CEO, AT&T Business
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COVID-19 is changing life as we know it. Our workforce quickly became highly remote and the reliance on all-things digital is now essential. We saw firsthand how powerful communications solutions are helping those who save lives and keeping communities healthy. These recent events have brought to the forefront the fact that connectivity can have a profound impact on how we live, work, teach our children, treat patients, strengthen our communities and so much more. 5G is the next generation of connectivity, and it’s real and it’s here. Much like 4G introduced the world to the gig economy, we’re certain 5G will jumpstart the next wave of unforeseen innovation. Join Anne Chow, CEO of AT&T Business to hear about COVID-19 response, technology predictions for the future and what’s next for 5G.
About the speaker:
Anne was appointed Chief Executive Officer of AT&T Business in September 2019. She and her organization of over 30,000 employees are responsible for serving nearly 3 million business customers in upwards of 200 countries and territories around the world. AT&T Business customers span all industries including the public sector as well as nearly all of the world’s fortune 1000 companies. She is the first woman to hold this position and first woman of color CEO in AT&T’s history.
With decades in the industry, Anne has led many global organizations through major transformations, developing and executing innovative growth strategies while building role model relationships. She's passionate about education, diversity and inclusion, advancing women in technology and cultivating next generation leaders.
Anne holds a Master of Business Administration with distinction from The Johnson School at Cornell University and a Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell. She is also a graduate of the Pre-College Division of the Juilliard School of Music.