Forbes - - PROMOTION - DAVID HUNT­LEY se­nior ex­ec­u­tive vice pres­i­dent & chief com­pli­ance of­fi­cer

Our Ex­ec­u­tive Lead­er­ship Coun­cil mem­bers play piv­otal roles in AT&T’s growth – and its con­tin­u­ing suc­cess in ad­vanc­ing di­ver­sity and in­clu­sion. These pow­er­ful de­ci­sion-mak­ers help shape the com­pany’s long-term vi­sion. And they pay their suc­cess for­ward in im­pact­ful ways through em­ployee de­vel­op­ment, men­tor­ing and vol­un­teerism in the com­mu­nity. David Hunt­ley, se­nior ex­ec­u­tive vice pres­i­dent & chief com­pli­ance of­fi­cer, drives in­tegrity and in­no­va­tion, and serves on the boards of South­ern Methodist Univer­sity and Texas Cap­i­tal Banc­shares. He en­cour­ages peo­ple to al­ways just do the right thing, no mat­ter what. Xavier Wil­liams, pres­i­dent-global pub­lic sec­tor & whole­sale so­lu­tions, is a game-changer in the AT&T busi­ness sec­tor with his col­lab­o­ra­tive team man­age­ment and client ser­vice. He pro­motes di­ver­sity through the Na­tional Ur­ban League, and he works to im­prove STEM ed­u­ca­tion in youth. Thomas Har­vey, se­nior vice pres­i­dent­client so­lu­tions & op­er­a­tions, de­liv­ers ex­cep­tional cus­tomer ser­vice to AT&T’s busi­ness clients glob­ally. He ac­com­plishes this by fos­ter­ing an in­clu­sive work en­vi­ron­ment, which he cred­its to his var­i­ous as­sign­ments abroad. He is on the board of the Ex­ec­u­tive Lead­er­ship Coun­cil and the Dal­las Theater Cen­ter, which ex­poses in­ner city youth to the arts. Corey An­thony, se­nior vice pres­i­den­tHR & chief di­ver­sity of­fi­cer, asks us to hear dif­fer­ent per­spec­tives. He sup­ports Ju­nior Achieve­ment to help teach youth fi­nan­cial skills and is on the board for Court Ap­pointed Spe­cial Ad­vo­cates, which serves the needs of abused and ne­glected chil­dren un­der state care. “The true power of suc­cess is how you share it with oth­ers,” says An­thony. “Get­ting in­volved helps count­less peo­ple im­me­di­ately and down the road.” To learn about a ca­reer at AT&T, go to­reers.

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