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Meet Tammie Wagner, Speaker at 2014 Employee Advocacy Summit

Tammie Wagner is an accredited business communicator with the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). She manages employee communications strategy and implementation in the Global Marketing Organization at AT&T. She supports employee engagement with AT&T’s brand, advertising and sponsorship activities. Along with a stellar admin team, she also leads the company’s award-winning employee social media advocacy program. AT&T Inc., headquartered in Dallas, Texas, is a premier communications holding company and one of the most honored companies in the world.

Extra-curricular activities include hosting the employee communications special interest group for IABC’s Atlanta chapter, joining neighborhood volunteer projects and being chief-school-to-gymnastics carpooler.

She is a member of the Women of AT&T, Women in Technology International, Public Relations Society of America and a lifetime IABC cardholder.

Tammie received an award for her communications program at Mighty Distributing System of America and she’s received service commendations by the Institute for Shipboard Education, SunTrust Bank, Inc., BellSouth and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta. In 2007, she was recognized as IABC’s Regional Leader of the Year. She is very enthusiastic about her alma mater, Berry College in Rome, Georgia, and her study abroad institution, Semester at Sea.

 

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Speaking Schedule

Monday, September 15
 

4:35pm

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