Brooks L. McCorcle
President, AT&T Partner Solutions
Brooks McCorcle is responsible for launching innovative solutions to drive value and growth in AT&T Mobile & Business Solutions. Her organization applies AT&T Foundry® principles to everything they do – openness, collaboration, innovation and agility play a central role. The breadth of her experience, combined with her passion and boundless energy, has made her a respected leader who can inspire teams and deliver results.
Brooks’ responsibilities were expanded in late 2014 to lead AT&T Partner Solutions, which combines the AT&T Partner ExchangeSM reseller program, Wholesale Solutions (including Global Wholesale) and ACC Business (an alternate sales agent program). AT&T Partner Solutions merges our established strength and scale with the agility and power of APIs, tools and new business models that AT&T Partner Exchange has built to provide customers and agents more choices in how they do business with AT&T.
Over her 24-year tenure with AT&T and its predecessor companies, Brooks has held positions in Mergers & Acquisitions and Finance, and executive positions in Consumer Marketing, Customer Care and Sales. Previously, she led Investor Relations for AT&T, where she directed financial communications and maintained relationships with institutional investors and analysts around the world.
Brooks has garnered accolades for her leadership and the innovative approach to the AT&T Partner Exchange reseller program including: Profiles in Diversity Journal®’s Women Worth Watching® Award for 2015; Dallas Business Journal’s 2014 Women in Business award; CRN’s Women of the Channel Power 100 for 2013 and 2014; CRN’s 2014 Channel Chiefs: The 50 Most Influential; Channel Partners’ 2013 Circle of Excellence Award; CRN’s Top 100 Executives - Top 25 Channel Sales Leaders of 2013 and 2014; and three Bronze Stevie Awards for Women in Business in 2014 and 2013.
In 2012, Brooks was named among the “Top 30 Women in Finance” by Treasury & Risk Magazine, and was named the “#1 Investor Relations Professional in the Telecom Industry” by Institutional Investor Magazine for 2011.
She holds community leadership positions with the Friends of the Dallas Public Library and the Center for Brain Health at the University of Texas (Dallas). She serves as a mentor, including efforts through several programs including AT&T Aspire, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Women of AT&T and AT&T Women of Finance. The last three years, she received the President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Brooks holds a Master of Business Administration from the Olin Business School at Washington University and a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University.
A native Texan, Brooks lives in Fairview with her husband and they have three sons. She enjoys fly fishing, gardening and art collecting.