Find your voice with T-Mobile’s Stephanie Owen

Being a woman in a male-dominated industry is never easy, but Stephanie Owen tells us how she learnt to speak up, and how now helping others do the same

Reflective, objective and tough. That is how Stephanie Owen, Vice President of Technology and Enterprise Procurement at T-Mobile, describes herself. After sitting down with her at T-Mobile HQ in Seattle, it is also how she comes across. March8 Editor in Chief Lucy Buchholz found out more about how she’s become the successful figure we see today – managing a team of hundreds responsible for tens of billions of dollars ($US) of annual spend – and how she plans to continue driving diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) change. 

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