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Marachel retired as Senior Vice President of Strategic Program Realization at AT&T, a leading provider of telecommunications and technology services. She was responsible for managing prioritization of a multi-billion dollar capital portfolio and delivering strategic initiatives, products, and services across the enterprise.
Marachel 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, service 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 is a Member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Business; Community Advisory Council; and the United States Defense Business Board.
Marachel Co-established and is a former National Advisor for Advocates for Women in Technology, an AT&T employee resource network. Formerly, she served on the Board of Directors for the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering and the Advisory Board of After School Matters. Marachel is a former Chair of Carnegie Mellon University's Information Networking Institute Alumni Leadership Council.
Marachel earned a Master's in Information Networking from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering from Florida State University.