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Lee Mabie

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Director of Emerging Consumer Markets (Disability, Mature, Eco, Consumer Government Programs)
AT&T Mobility

Lee Mabie has advocated on behalf of the disability community for the past five years at AT&T driving initiatives that touch products and services, employees and shaping public policy.  As a father of a child with moderate intellectual disabilities and mild physical and mobility disabilities Lee has the privilege of taking emerging consumer ICT and applying it directly to his daughter’s life and feeding back his findings to AT&T.  For over two years Lee’s team has run the award-winning AT&T Advisory Panel on Access and Aging (AAPAA) that uses outside stakeholders to shape product development, offerings, employee and public policy.  Under Lee’s guidance AAPAA feedback is diligently tracked to quantifiable initiatives within AT&T to deliver business value.  Lee is often consulted both within and outside of AT&T on his experimental approaches to technology application in special education which will be featured in an upcoming short documentary produced by the Mother Nature Network.  In addition to his accessibility work, Lee program manages AT&T’s Consumer Sustainability Initiatives as well as Consumer Government Programs.  Lee has been married to Liz Mabie for over ten years, a father of four children age 3 months to 9 years and is active in his church and with The Boy Scouts of America serving in several leadership and servant positions.

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