Elizabeth Hunter is the Vice President of Technology Strategy Implementation at T-Mobile. She’s a nationally recognized telecom executive in IT, pre and post-merger integration and cross-functional programs. A creative problem solver, she’s led numerous strategic planning efforts, task forces and rapid results operational initiatives in structured, unstructured and regulatory environments.
Elizabeth is currently leading the integration management office for the T-Mobile/Sprint merger. Her previous roles at T-Mobile include, serving as the primary IT liaison to the corporate strategy and marketing organizations, leading the IT portfolio, PMO, release management, architecture, technical design and compliance and controls organizations. Her prior experience includes leading the merger integration organization and managing customer experience while at AT&T Mobility, and a variety of roles in corporate development, product management and IT at Dobson Communications.
Elizabeth is the executive sponsor of both the Women’s Leadership Network and the Women in Technology Employee Resource Groups at T-Mobile US. She has been recognized as a top 10 national finalist in the Advocate of the Year category from the National Women in IT Awards in 2018, and was included in the 100 Corporate Women Leaders in STEM from STEMConnector in 2017. Her speaking engagements include Grace Hopper, Hopper x 1 Seattle as a Keynote Panelist on Gender Equity, Cultural Bias and Gender Diverse Teams; Lesbians who Tech on Flexible Consumption in the Digital Era; the keynote speaker at the Ericsson Women’s Leadership Summit on The Accidental Technologist; and as a panelist at the Women in Tech Regatta on Leadership Building Credibility: How to Take a Seat at the Table. Elizabeth lives in Bellevue and has two kids, both of whom keep her active, while her husband keeps her sane. Mostly.