Edwige A. Robinson, T-Mobile

Edwige A. Robinson, Senior Vice President of Network Engineering, Operations & Transformation at T-Mobile, will share the story behind her title with us on November 27, 2022.

With 25+ years of experience in Technology & Leadership realms, Edwige is a distinguished Technologist, Transformational and heart-centered leader who consistently bridges the gaps between Engineering and business domains. Described as the Translator of new innovations, she is a  “ Triple Minority” in tech – A native of Ivory Coast, West Africa – a foreigner, being female and black, she is known for her unwavering courage and optimism.  

Despite countless obstacles to impede her success, she forged ahead and has succeeded in vital roles at major companies such as Hugues Networks Systems, AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, NBC Universal, and more.

Edwige is also best known for championing women in technology and leadership. She believes being an authentic role model is part of her calling. She supports gender inclusivity in the workplace and works tirelessly towards that goal. She is a beacon of hope and strength in helping people see that it is possible for them as well to succeed.  

A mentor for young women in Technology, she was recently recognized by Aleria Tech as one of the “Awesome Black Women Everyone Should Know” and by the 1 million STEM women (1MWIS) as a Visible Role Model who inspires the next generation of girls. (1MWIS) is a global network of women in STEM.

She sits on several Advisory Boards driving STEM education to underserved communities. She helps organizations understand and leverage diversity; while engaging, energizing, and empowering employees to excel.

Sunday, November 27, 2022 from 7 to 8pm ET!

You can watch on 6abc.com, listen via radio to 1210 WPHT Talk Radio in Philadelphia, livestream online on Audacy.com or on your mobile phone by downloading the Audacy Mobile App.

 
 

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