AT&T’s Jill Singer Delivers Commencement Speech at University of West Florida

Jill Singer

Jill Singer, vice president of national security for AT&T‘s global public sector business, spoke at the University of West Florida’s fall 2018 commencement ceremony held Saturday.

She earned both her bachelor’s degree in computer science and master’s degree in systems analysis from the university, UWF said Friday.

Singer also serves as a trustee there.

“UWF’s ongoing commitment to education, research, life-long learning and community is extremely impressive and has a remarkable impact on the region and a growing impact on the country,” she said.

The university celebrated the granting of 100K degrees since its inception in 1967 and awarded 1,777 degrees at the graduation event.

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