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Jill Singer, VP of National Security for AT&T’s Global Public Sector Solutions Unit, Receives Executive Mosaic’s Chairman’s Award

Jeff Brody

Jim Garrettson, chief executive officer of Executive Mosaic, presented Jill Singer, vice president of national security for AT&T’s Global Public Sector Solutions Unit and 2019 Wash100 Award winner, with the Chairman’s Award for completing her third year as chairman of the Intelligence Leadership Group for Executive Mosaic’s 4×24 program. 

Singer is a four-time recipient of Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 Award as the result of her vision to improve the company’s position in artificial intelligence, big data and machine learning. The Wash100 is a premier group of private and public sector leaders selected by Executive Mosaic’s organizational and editorial leadership as the most influential leaders in the GovCon sector. 

Singer has served as the vice president of national security for AT&T since joining the company in Feb. 2015. Prior to her tenure with AT&T, Singer was a partner of Deep Water Point between July 2013 and Jan. 2015, the chief information officer for NRO from Jan. 2010 to Feb. 2013, the deputy CIO for the U.S. Intelligence Community from 2006 and 2009 and director of DTS-PO for the U.S. Department of State between Mar. 2004 and Dec. 2006. 

In addition, Singer has served as the federal CIO emeritus for Tummler Singer Associates since Mar. 2013. She has volunteered on the Governing Board for the International Spy Museum since Sept. 2017 and has been a member of the Board of Trustees for the University of West Florida since Feb. 2018. Singer also graduated from the university with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Systems Science in 1984 and a Master of Science Degree in Systems Analysis in 1985.

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