Title: Director – Solutions Architecture
Michele Rudolph takes pride in delivering effective solutions to complex challenges while remaining agile in a constantly changing environment.
As the director solutions architect for AT&T, her responsibility is to lead the proposal center for the company and further its mission to drive customer-focused innovation and collaboration within AT&T Business. She strives to enable, empower and support sales to win deals and move faster through proposal and RFP management, knowledge management, content delivery automation, and architecture development.
During her career, her focus has been on marketing, communications, product training, user experience, and sales.
In the year following the start of her career, Michele rose to director from business account manager, where she consulted with small to medium businesses on different processes used with their company and helped them discover solutions that could help increase productivity and efficiency through devices and applications that AT&T provides.
She earned her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Florida and her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Georgia – Terry College of Business.
She strives to enable, empower and support sales to win deals and move faster through proposal and RFP management, knowledge management, content delivery automation, and architecture development.
Her positive and energetic collaboration provides unique perspectives to enterprises. She also understands the importance of evolving technology and its impact on international business.
She said HACE creates a program where Latina leaders are educated, supported, and celebrated. The program structures an environment where everyone has access to learn from the unique culture and experience of all its members. HACE’s focus created a network of Latinas who could serve as everyone’s advisory board.
She used the examples and resources she gained from HACE to enhance her advocacy and promotion of Latino leaders at AT&T. HACE gave her the tools to lift another person up and also allowed her to embrace her authentic self. It helped instill the understanding and belief that diversity of thought is essential for evolution and success.