Tommy Simpson

Tommy Simpson
AT&T
Director – Information Technology

Tommy Simpson, a Director within AT&T’s Information Technology organization, is responsible for leading its Technology Development Program, AT&T’s college new hire and intern development program.  The TDP program is a national 18 month entry-level IT hiring program composed of highly talented and motivated individuals with various strategic IT skills.  Tommy previously managed the end to end testing of AT&T’s Mobility and Uverse products, ensuring new products and functionality deployed with no interruption to existing customers or service. 

Prior to joining AT&T, Tommy worked in consulting, specializing in risk management practices.  Tommy has a BBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Texas at Austin and lives in Dallas, TX with his wife and 3 girls.

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