Joni Arison

Senior Vice President, Finance Services AT&T

Joni Arison is senior vice president of Finance Services. She was appointed to this position in August 2017. Joni is responsible for call center strategy, operations, and shared services activities that support AT&T Communications including revenue cycle operations, risk management, workers’ compensation, claims management, transaction tax compliance, and subpoena processing.

Prior to this role, she held numerous leadership positions including: senior vice president of Emerging Consumer Markets, Small Markets Solutions, and Advertising Solution Sales. Joni also served as chief marketing officer for Home Solutions and Small Business Marketing responsible for wireline marketing, product definition, lifecycle management, customer experience and key consumer and business marketing programs.

Joni is a member and mentor of Women of AT&T, AT&T Women of Finance, AT&T Women of Business and a National Advisory Board Member for the AT&T employee resource groups OxyGEN and AT&T Veterans. Joni is a supporter of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and has participated in the very special Breast Cancer 3-day walk. She also serves as a board member for WiNGS of Dallas.

After graduating from Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in business management, Joni earned a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in marketing from the University of New Haven.

Now residing in Southlake, Texas, Joni enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons.

Agenda Day 3 June 9th 2020

Tuesday, June 9th, 2020

10:50 AM Panel Discussion: Women in the Workplace: Critical Mission of Change Management Leadership During Digital Transformation

The floodgates are open, and the movement to bring about change has erupted around the globe. Who is this sleeping giant — the global female leadership population? Women are the second-largest economy in the world based on earned income vs. GDP. Women are making great strides to bring about change in many ways within the workplace. The most significant impact women can make to propel global economic recovery by diversifying our workforce.
During this panel, attendees will hear about:
  • What do you think is the biggest challenge that women currently face in the workplace? 
  • How do you go about encouraging innovative ideas in your workplace? 
  • Future is female: What is the most important career advice you’ve received in the last ten 
  • years? Examples of advancing mentorship opportunities available 
  • Dissolving the gender and workforce gap on shared services leadership teams

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Joni.

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