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Parent Members

D.L.J.
Hon. Deborah Lee James (Chair)
Former Secretary, US Airforce
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C. Albright
Craig Albright
CFO, Xerox Americas Operations & Global Cash Center of Excellence
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A.A
Alex Alonso
Chief Knowledge Officer Society for Human Resource Management
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J.A.
Joseph Anderson
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Tag Holdings, LLC
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D.B.
David Beitel
Chief Technology Officer, Zillow Group
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S.D
Sally Donnelly
Founding Partner, Pallas Advisors
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C.E.
Cheryl Eliano
District 10 National Vice President, American Federation Of Government Employees
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C.G.
Christopher S. Gopal, Ph.D.
Executive, Consultant. Author. & Educator, Global Supply Chain & Operations
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L.H.
Linnie M. Haynesworth
Former VP Northrop Gunman & Independent Board Director
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E.H.
Erin Hill
Chief Administrative Officer, BNY Mellon
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M.H.
Mellody Hobson
Co-CEO & President, Ariel Investments
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S.LN.
Suzanne Leopoldi-Nichols
Chief Global Business Solutions Officer, WPP’s Global Procurement
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J.M.
Jennifer McClure
Founder & CEO, Unbridled Talent, LLC
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O.M.
Oscar Munoz
Retired Chairman, President & CEO United Airlines
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L.S.
General Larry Spencer US Air Force (Ret)
President, Armed Forces Benefit Association
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D.W.
David Van Slyke, Ph.D
Dean, The Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs Syracuse University
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J.V.
General Joseph L. Votel, USA (Ret)
President & CEO For Business Executives For National Security
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J.W
General Johnnie Wilson, USA (Ret)
Former President & Chief Operating Officer, Dimensions International, INC.
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D.W.
The Honorable David M. Walker
Former U.S. Comptroller
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S.Y
Saf Yeboah-Amankwah
Senior VP & Chief Strategy Officer, Intel
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Subcommittee Members

A.B.
Anand Bahl, Chief Information Officer, Micron
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G.B
Greg Bowman, CIO & VP of Corporate Development
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M.D.
Matthew Daniel, Principle Guild Education
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B.S.
Brig Gen Bernie Skoch USAF (Ret), Executive Lead, AFA Strategic Events Air Force Association
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E.R.
Eric Rosenbach, Co-Director, Belfer Center For Science And Internal Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School
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S.S.
Stan Soloway, President & CEO, Celero Strategies, LLC
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P.,Z.
Patricia J. Zarodkiewicz, President, Patz Consulting LLC
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Feature | Sept. 20, 2022

Marachel Knight, Senior VP-Technology AT&T

As Senior Vice President of Strategic Program Realization, Marachel’s responsibilities include delivering strategic initiatives, products and services that span across the enterprise and managing prioritization of AT&T’s multi-billion-dollar portfolio to optimize customer experience and maximize value.


Marachel has served in a variety of technology leadership positions at AT&T. Her areas of expertise include technology architecture and development, technology engineering, network construction, technology operations, technology realization and program management, P&L, business operations, capital and expense budget management, and project management. Marachel led the architecting, development and building of the first U.S. standards-based 5G wireless network, launched AirGig technology trials, advanced the transformative software-defined networking initiative, and led business development and project management for AT&T’s customized venue antenna solutions. Marachel has two patented inventions: Systems for Use with Multi-Number Cellular Devices and Messaging Forwarding System.


Marachel serves on the board of directors for Marvell Technology, Inc., a publicly traded leader in data infrastructure semiconductor technology. She also serves on the board of directors for the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering and is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Business and Community Advisory Council. Marachel co-established and is a national advisor for Advocates for Women in Technology, an AT&T employee resource network. She is a former chair of Carnegie Mellon University's Information Networking Institute Alumni Leadership Council and formerly served on the advisory board of After School Matters. 


Marachel earned a master's degree in information networking from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Florida State University.

 

 

Marachel Knight's bio can be downloaded - click here

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Feature | Sept. 20, 2022

Marachel Knight, Senior VP-Technology AT&T

As Senior Vice President of Strategic Program Realization, Marachel’s responsibilities include delivering strategic initiatives, products and services that span across the enterprise and managing prioritization of AT&T’s multi-billion-dollar portfolio to optimize customer experience and maximize value.


Marachel has served in a variety of technology leadership positions at AT&T. Her areas of expertise include technology architecture and development, technology engineering, network construction, technology operations, technology realization and program management, P&L, business operations, capital and expense budget management, and project management. Marachel led the architecting, development and building of the first U.S. standards-based 5G wireless network, launched AirGig technology trials, advanced the transformative software-defined networking initiative, and led business development and project management for AT&T’s customized venue antenna solutions. Marachel has two patented inventions: Systems for Use with Multi-Number Cellular Devices and Messaging Forwarding System.


Marachel serves on the board of directors for Marvell Technology, Inc., a publicly traded leader in data infrastructure semiconductor technology. She also serves on the board of directors for the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering and is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Business and Community Advisory Council. Marachel co-established and is a national advisor for Advocates for Women in Technology, an AT&T employee resource network. She is a former chair of Carnegie Mellon University's Information Networking Institute Alumni Leadership Council and formerly served on the advisory board of After School Matters. 


Marachel earned a master's degree in information networking from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Florida State University.

 

 

Marachel Knight's bio can be downloaded - click here

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Feature | Sept. 20, 2022

Marachel Knight, Senior VP-Technology AT&T

As Senior Vice President of Strategic Program Realization, Marachel’s responsibilities include delivering strategic initiatives, products and services that span across the enterprise and managing prioritization of AT&T’s multi-billion-dollar portfolio to optimize customer experience and maximize value.


Marachel has served in a variety of technology leadership positions at AT&T. Her areas of expertise include technology architecture and development, technology engineering, network construction, technology operations, technology realization and program management, P&L, business operations, capital and expense budget management, and project management. Marachel led the architecting, development and building of the first U.S. standards-based 5G wireless network, launched AirGig technology trials, advanced the transformative software-defined networking initiative, and led business development and project management for AT&T’s customized venue antenna solutions. Marachel has two patented inventions: Systems for Use with Multi-Number Cellular Devices and Messaging Forwarding System.


Marachel serves on the board of directors for Marvell Technology, Inc., a publicly traded leader in data infrastructure semiconductor technology. She also serves on the board of directors for the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering and is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Business and Community Advisory Council. Marachel co-established and is a national advisor for Advocates for Women in Technology, an AT&T employee resource network. She is a former chair of Carnegie Mellon University's Information Networking Institute Alumni Leadership Council and formerly served on the advisory board of After School Matters. 


Marachel earned a master's degree in information networking from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Florida State University.

 

 

Marachel Knight's bio can be downloaded - click here