International Concierge Team - Nov 21
Concierge Committee monthly meeting, open to existing Concierge Team members and Richardson Chamber or Tech Titans professional service provider member firms interested in joining. Come to hear experts in the international business arena for a thought-provoking morning.
Join us every third Thursday morning at 7:15 a.m. for our monthly Roundtable discussion!
This month's topic:
Welcome Greater Dallas Korean American Chamber of CommerceFeaturing Stella Park, senior vice president, GDKACC
Building public-private partnerships - a shared vision of "Building Safer Cities & Smarter Stores Together"
Stella Park is Director of Market Development – Sales Execution & Transformation for AT&T Government Solutions & National Business, responsible for providing customer-centric and data-driven marketing plans and operationalizes strategic objectives.
Stella partners with business unit leaders to provide fact-based implications by analyzing customer insights to identity gaps, and then synthesize the information to allow for informed decision making in order to create strategic alignments and new opportunities.
Prior to her current role, she served as Director of AT&T Business Strategy in addition to Brand Strategy where she was responsible for developing Brand Measurement tools and analysis, Naming Strategies, and Value Propositions.
During her career with AT&T, she has held a variety of positions in Sales, Marketing Research & Analysis, Strategy, Global Marketing Event Effective Measurement, and Ticket Management. She developed the event effectiveness measurement tool to optimize investment and objectives, various marketing research studies which provided customized analyses with business implications. Also, she consulted and designed voice and data network for Korean business customers, and served as media liaison in California.
Stella served as the President of the Dallas/Fort Worth Asian Employee Resource Group at AT&T and a board member of the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce from 2009 to 2012. Currently, she serves as the SVP of the Greater Dallas Korean-American Chamber of Commerce.
She holds an MBA from Pepperdine University, a Masters in Telecommunications from the University of Dallas, and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA).
She was born in Sweden as her father was stationed there as a Korean diplomat. Her family lived in several different countries including Jamaica, Japan, Korea, and Pakistan.