My interest is to help drive enterprise scale maturity within the OpenStack Community.
Amy Wheelus leads AT&T’s Network Cloud platform architecture, development, design, planning and engineering as well as the asset lifecycle management, tenant care, quality assurance and cloud security functions.
Amy is a technologist who has held a variety of leadership positions within AT&T. A few of her many contributions to AT&T include leading teams that helped: deliver the first virtualized network functions and services on a network cloud using AT&Ts industry leading ECOMP platform; deliver Airship, an industry first fully declarative, fully containerized, under cloud platform; expand AT&T’s VoLTE (voice over LTE) service; plan and deliver AT&T’s Ultra Long Haul Transport network; construct over 1 million square feet of web hosting data centers; and modernize AT&T’s central office infrastructure.
Additionally, Amy contributes to her community and the field of engineering through her volunteer efforts. She currently serves on the board of directors and executive committee for Tech Titans and is engaged in their STEM Workforce initiatives.
Amy received her Master’s of Business Administration from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. She also holds a Bachelor’s of Industrial Engineering degree from The Georgia Institute of Technology. Amy lives in Dallas, Texas, and enjoys traveling, mentoring youth, and all spectator sports.