Stacy Schwartz has served as vice president of public safety at AT&T‘s government solutions business since December 2013.
Prior to her current role, she was VP for the organization’s sales center and led efforts to market wired and wireless communications products to federal civilian agencies.
She has worked to help the company build customer relationships in the government sector and drive adoption of AT&T application and mobility technologies across the organization’s customer base.
Schwartz initially worked in the company’s international sales division and later oversaw development of multiple channel programs within the international consumer marketing group.
Prior to AT&T, she served as an executive director for global consumer and marketing at telecommunications firm Global One and an executive director for brand and marketing at hosting company Equinix.
She is also a member of the Federal Industry Affairs Council, Women in Technology and the Potomac Officers Club.
She holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College and a master’s degree from The Johns Hopkins School of International Studies.
She also studied at the Harvard John F. Kennedy School for Government and the Wharton School for Executive Management as well as at Institut des Hautes Etudes International in Geneva and Kokusai Daigaku in Japan.