STAY.CONNECTED over the summer with the WIT Collaborative Leadership Lunch
The WIT Leadership in partnership with Women in Technology, are pleased to announce the next WIT luncheon series event featuring:
Jill Singer, VP National Security at AT&T
11:30am Registration and lunch
12:00pm Jill Singer on Leadership Transparency
12:30pm Q/A & Open discussion
We are also pleased to be able to support Dress for Success and their efforts in assisting men and women to be able to dress for the business world. Please bring gently worn business attire and accessories to donate to this wonderful cause. IMPORTANT NOTE - CLOTHES MUST BE ON HANGERS AND DRY CLEANED. Thank you!
$25.00 - Members and Non-Members
REGISTRATION: Please register online at WIT Leadership Luncheon
Jill Singer's Bio:
Jill Singer-Vice President-National Security, AT&T Government Solutions
Jill Singer leads AT&T Government Solutions’ business activities across the national security community, overseeing the delivery of strategic technology solutions and services to national security agencies across the Federal marketplace. In her twenty-nine years of U.S. Federal Government and industry experience, Jill has focused on delivering the information, technology, and infrastructure necessary for her customers to effectively execute their missions.
Before joining AT&T, Ms. Singer was a partner with Deep Water Point, providing federal clients with services spanning transformation, strategy, leadership, and technology. Previously, she was chief information officer (CIO) for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), part of the National Foreign Intelligence Program and deputy CIO for the Central Intelligence Agency. Additional senior leadership positions within the federal government include director of the Diplomatic Telecommunications Service, US Department of State, and chief of systems engineering, architecture, and planning for the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) global infrastructure organization. Jill has also held industry positions with Science Applications International Corporation, Inc. (SAIC), GE Aerospace, and IBM.
Ms. Singer earned a BS in computer science and an MS in systems analysis from the University of West Florida and graduated from several leadership programs, including the Federal Executive Leadership Program and the University of Virginia’s (UVA) Executive Leaders Program. She currently serves as an executive-on-ground for the UVA McIntire School of Commerce and is co-chair of the AFCEA International Cyber Committee. Her numerous awards include induction into the Executive Mosaic Wash100 (2014). Jill is also an accomplished speaker and published author.