Allison attended Southern Methodist University and studied electrical engineering. She was attracted to AT&T due to the wide range of opportunities the company offers to jumpstart careers. Since coming to AT&T, Allison has worked with outside vendors and data analytics, and now serves in a staff support role on the HR Team.
Allison has taken full advantage of AT&T’s rotational opportunities to work in various aspects of the company. She’s worked on highly technical projects, such as using data analytics to implement decommissioning strategies throughout AT&T, and is now working in a more managerial capacity, ensuring the resources and tools staff need to implement global business strategies are available.
“The technical development program at AT&T comes with a great perk of being able to work on multiple rotations and jobs in various aspects of the industry—as opposed to getting pigeonholed in in one particular role, like in other engineering companies.”
“One of the things I love about being a female engineer at AT&T is there that are lot of other women in leadership roles who support me. There have been multiple VPs on my floor who hold sessions with the female engineers to mentor us on how to get what we want in our careers.”