AT&T's Angie Wiskocil Receives 2007 Ones to Watch Award from IDG's CIO Magazine And CIO Executive Council
San Antonio, Texas, West Palm Beach, Florida, May 3, 2007
AT&T proudly announces Angie Wiskocil, Senior Vice President — Mass Market Systems and Software, is a recipient of the 2007 CIO Ones to Watch awards from IDG's CIO magazine and CIO Executive Council. This prestigious honor is bestowed upon 25 rising stars in information technology (IT) who bring leadership, innovation and value to their organization. Wiskocil accepted her award at the CIO Ones to Watch awards ceremony held April 30 at The Hyatt Huntington Beach in Huntington Beach, California.
"This honor is a testament not only to Angie, but to the overall excellence of the leadership in AT&T's IT group," said AT&T CIO Thaddeus Arroyo. "We congratulate Angie for her hard work and many achievements."
"Today's CIOs have pioneered our information-based economy. The leadership requirements for tomorrow's CIOs will be even more demanding. This award recognizes those who have what it takes to make that leap," says Abbie Lundberg, CIO editor in chief.
All Ones to Watch honorees must be nominated or endorsed by a CIO. Nominations were submitted in October and November 2006 and reviewed by a judging panel of 31 leading CIOs.
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