Susan Mazrui began work in Communications in 1994 at Pacific Bell. In 1998, she moved to the wireless field, where she developed corporate strategies for state and federal legal and regulatory compliance. Under her leadership, Cingular Wireless became the first national carrier to offer “talking” cellphones. At AT&T, Mazrui was instrumental in establishing the Corporate Accessibility Technology Office, which has assessed over 50,000 AT&T products and services. She was the architect of AT&T’s Accessibility and Inclusion Initiative. She has served several terms on Federal Advisory Committees, is on the boards of the U.S. International Council on Disability, the World Institute on Disability and G3ict and is a member of the Disability Equality Index advisory committee. Mazrui was named a Corporate Fellow by the Summit on Leading Diversity and inducted into the Spinal Cord Injury Hall of Fame in 2008. In 2013, she was recognized as Employee of the Year by Careers and the disABLED, and in 2014 by AT&T as a Champion of Diversity. In 2016, she received the Digital Accessibility Leadership Award from G3ict and the Stephen Garff Marriott Award for mentoring from American Foundation for the Blind. She currently lives in Seattle and enjoys Dragon Boating and performing stand up comedy.