AT&T Appoints Stephanie Lynch-Habib as Sales Center Vice President of North Sales Center
Lynch-Habib Builds on 12-Year Career with the Company
London, United Kingdom, November 06, 2012
AT&T* has announced the appointment of Stephanie Lynch-Habib as Sales Center Vice President for the AT&T’s North Sales Center, a region covering Benelux and the Nordics.
Lynch-Habib has extensive experience in the telecommunications industry across EMEA, and has held a variety of leadership positions in sales, marketing and business development during her 12-years with AT&T.
As part of her new role, Lynch-Habib will be responsible for leading a sales team who deliver communications solutions to drive business value across Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxemburg, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
Prior to this role she had been the EMEA Director of Sales, where she designed, implemented and led a top opportunity program to develop strategic account planning across the region. She was also a key driver of top customer acquisition and growth opportunities in EMEA, working with a wide spectrum of cross-functional team members to grow a successful customer base for EMEA business.
“We’re delighted to welcome Stephanie into her new role within AT&T,” said Andrew Edison, Regional Vice President, AT&T EMEA. “Her strong track record in both the industry, as well as specifically within AT&T speaks for itself. Stephanie brings a wealth of knowledge, strong leadership and a true understanding of the needs of customers, which will be key assets as we continue to build our business in our North sales center.”
“I’m thrilled to be taking the helm of the AT&T EMEA North team,” said Lynch-Habib. “I’m looking forward to working closely with our sales team and to further success as a strategic ally for our customers.”
With services accessible from 96 countries across EMEA, and a network that reaches countries that represent 99 percent of the world’s economy, AT&T provides high quality networking solutions for organizations with regional and global operations. The company combines its breadth of services, next generation technologies and skilled experts to enable the transformation of its customers’ communications needs. Services include network consulting, design and implementation, unified communications, managed virtual private networks, global managed mobility, managed security services and co-location services. AT&T's services are supported by experienced AT&T engineers and account teams located in region. AT&T has offices in around 30 countries across the region.