Dale L. Street
CEO

 

I joined AT&T in 2007 and I’m currently Lead Channel Manager, AT&T Business – Internet of Things Solutions. I Focus on channel enablement and identifying ways to increase sales of IoT products across all of AT&T’s distribution points as well as external distribution points.

I became a LEAGUE at AT&T member in 2012 and I am now Chief Executive Officer.

I am a member of LEAGUE at AT&T so I can use my voice to support my co-workers & friends to feel confident bringing their authentic self to work, continue to improve the culture at AT&T and give back to other great organizations.

I am originally from Baltimore, Maryland and have lived in Houston, Atlanta, and now Dallas. I enjoy the outdoors, hiking, camping, and finding new bourbons. Obsessive dog mom to a Staffordshire Terrier/Pointer mix named Basil Hayden.

 

 


Stacey Chosed
COO


I joined AT&T in Sept 2015, I am a Lead Product Marketing Manager for AT&T Cloud Solutions and am responsible for developing product messaging and collaborative leadership with cross-functional teams.

I become a LEAGUE at AT&T member in (I think) late 2015 and I am now COO.

The importance of being authentic at work prevents me from limiting what I can do. When I am my authentic self at work I can be my true self, maintain my values, my self-esteem and my integrity. Success for me comes through only when I can be my authentic self.

I grew up in New York and now live in Texas with my partner, son and two dogs. For fun, we enjoy traveling and attending hockey games as a family activity.

 

 


Frank Duracher
CFO

 

I joined AT&T in June 2014 and am currently Senior Audit Manager – I manage a team that prepares financial statements for external presentation to minority partners, investors, and other potential interested parties. My team also coordinates with Ernst & Young to issue audit reports AT&T that will be issued publicly.

I become a LEAGUE at AT&T member in June 2014 and I am now National Chief Financial Officer.

It is important to bring your whole self to work. When you cannot be your authentic self, then everyone loses the benefits that a truly diverse culture brings.

My husband and I have one cat. We love to travel, especially to Walt Disney World.

 

 


Clint Herron
Membership Officer

 

I have worked for AT&T for 36 years. I was hired by Southwestern Bell to go to work for AT&T at divestiture. I have held a variety of sales roles over the years. In my day job, currently I am a Regional Sales Manager for the Great Plains States in the Alliance Channel, AT&T Partner Solutions in National Business Markets. I manage a group for Account Managers and Technical Sales Consultants working with authorized third party companies selling services to business customers.

I joined LEAGUE at AT&T in April 2012, prior to the formation of the Kansas City Chapter. In July of 2012 the Kansas City was formed with 13 original members. I was elected President and have held that position since inception. For the last two years I have served at the Membership Director for the national board of LEAGUE at AT&T. In 2019, I will be the Membership Officer on the national board.

I originally joined LEAGUE at AT&T because I wanted to get more engaged in the LGBTQ community. I had been out of the community for over 15 years raising a child. It ignited a new passion for me for serving our community. I am married and the father of a college student.

 

 


Mark F. Carden
Public Relations Officer

 

I joined AT&T in 1988 and I am currently Manager–Continuous Improvement. I am part of the Raise Your Hand Team, which supports the AT&T Digital, Retail and Care - specifically the Sales & Service Centers - in taking their suggestions for improvements on product, process and systems to ensure a better customer experience.

I become a LEAGUE at AT&T member in 1993 and I am now National Public Relations Officer.

If you can come to work as your whole self and not hide or leave something behind at home then you can focus on your work and your peers and give more and feel part of the AT&T Community. You don’t need to hide who you are and you bring all your skills to the table.

I am a native of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC. I attended schools in the Metro DC area and then attended college in Kansas City, MO at Rockhurst University. I have a BSBA and MBA in Marketing from Rockhurst. I am the youngest of four kids. I would consider myself a foodie but not very fanatical about it. I just enjoy good food, wine and great company to share it with. I live in the Atlanta metro area and share my life with 6 cats and one dog.