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Yvette Mouton

Board Member, SDDC
Senior Manager Supplier Diversity, AT&T

Yvette Mouton serves as Senior Manager of AT&T Global Supplier Diversity. In this capacity, she is responsible for managing business development and outreach strategies designed to enhance AT&T’s position as a leader in supply chain diversity and inclusion. She is responsible for working with external organizations, identifying prospective suppliers, stakeholder management, and sharing information about AT&T’s supply chain strategies. Ms. Mouton brings more than 20 years experience in the telecommunications industry and has worked with many national and diversity business organizations to implement development and educational initiatives to the small, minority, women and disabled veteran owned business community.

Ms. Mouton has held several management positions within AT&T, including External & Legislative Affairs, where she supported Third Party Stakeholder initiatives and campaigns, Sales Operations, Government Solutions Marketing and Small Business Programs for AT&T Federal Systems where she was responsible for compliance and outreach initiatives for MWBE subcontracting. Her leadership and strategic focus enabled AT&T to surpass mandated goals for federal subcontracting with Small Businesses including Disadvantaged Businesses, Women-owned and Veteran-owned Businesses.

Ms. Mouton has served on a number of boards and committees that support diversity and inclusion.

Company Summary

Our Goal is Simple: To connect certified diverse businesses with opportunities to provide products and services to AT&T around the world.

We understand that diverse businesses add value to our company through their innovation and fresh ideas. By identifying and promoting diverse businesses, we’re able to deliver world-class products and services that meet our customers’ needs.

We are always looking for innovative diverse suppliers in emerging areas of our business that can help take AT&T to the next level.

To get there, we seek diverse suppliers that react quickly to change, can sustain exceptional performance, and have the ability to interface with Fortune 500 companies.

Our Corporate Commitment Is Real
It is the policy of AT&T to promote, increase and improve the quality of the overall participation of minority-, women-, service disabled veteran-, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)- owned businesses in our purchases of materials and services.