Executive Profiles

Jill Singer, AT&T’s VP of National Security, Defense

Jill Singer

VP of national security


Jill Singer, AT&T’s VP of National Security, Defense

Jill Singer, a Potomac Officers Club member and a five-time Wash100 awardee, serves as AT&T's vice president of defense and national security, with a focus on providing federal customers with the company's technologies for advancing networks, cybersecurity, operations and mobility. 

She is responsible for leading teams that deliver strategic technology solutions and services to customers from defense and national security agencies across the global public-sector marketplace, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Before she joined AT&T in February 2015 as VP of national security, Singer served as the CEO of Tummler Singer Associates, a small woman-owned consulting firm focused on strategy, innovation, transformation and leadership. 

Singer is currently still involved in Tummler as a federal chief information officer emeritus. She joined the said company in March 2013.

For over a year, Singer worked as a partner at Deep Water Point, an information technology and services company based in Annapolis, Maryland.

The said company provides consultancy services to federal customers, providing civilian, defense health care and intelligence expertise. 

Singer spent three years as the CIO of the Intelligence Community's National Security Office. She left the role in February 2013. For three years prior to the said role, Singer served as the IC's chief information officer.

She also worked for nearly three years at the Department of State as the director of its Diplomatic Telecommunications Service Program Office. Her role was focused on telecommunications for U.S. missions abroad.

Singer earned a master's degree in systems analysis and a bachelor's degree in systems science from the University of West Florida. 

According to her LinkedIn profile, Singer has been a member of the International Spy Museum's governing board. The organization is a nonprofit museum dedicated to preserving the history of intelligence and espionage. 

She is also a member of the University of West Florida's board of trustees. 

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