Jill Singer, vice president of national security for AT&T’s public sector and a 2019 Wash100 Award recipient, will be featured as the panel moderator for Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Secure Supply Chain Forum on July 18th. Register now for the forum right here.
During the forum, GovCon and industry leaders from the public and private sectors will discuss how federal agencies protect, defend and secure supply chains from susceptible threats and the challenges that arise as technology becomes more fundamental to supply chains.
Over thirty plus years, Singer has ensured that her customers had the information, technology and infrastructure necessary to effectively execute their missions in industry and the U.S. federal sector. For AT&T, Singer leads the company’s business activities serving the Intelligence Community, overseeing the delivery of strategic technology solutions and services to national security agencies throughout the global public sector marketplace.
Before joining AT&T in 2015, Singer was a partner with Deep Water Point from 2013 to 2015. She also served as the chief information officer for the National Reconnaissance Office from 2010 to 2013. Singer became the deputy CIO for the U.S. Intelligence Community in 2006 and served for three years. She began her career as director of the Diplomatic Telecommunications Service at the State Department from 2004 to 2006.
Since 2013, Singer has served as the federal CIO Emeritus for Tummler Singer Associates, a female-owned consulting firm focusing on strategy, innovation transformation and leadership.
In addition, she also serves as a member on the Governing Board of the International Spy Museum and the Board of Trustees for the University of West Florida. Singer earned her BS in Systems Science in 1984 and MS in Systems Analysis from the university in 1985.
Singer has also been recognized with numerous awards, including CloudNow’s Lifetime Achievement in Information Technology Legacy Award in 2013. She’s been listed on the Top Ten Global Breakaway CIO (2012), Top Ten Women in Cloud (2012), Ten Most Powerful Women in Federal Technology (2011), CIA Mentor of the Year (2010), CIO Executive Council “Ones to Watch” (2010) and CIO Magazine Stand-Out Award for Collaboration and Influence.