Paula L. Doublin is the Assistant Vice President Antenna Solutions Construction, Engineering and Project
Management for AT&T. Paula has responsibilities for enterprise-wide strategies, tactics and network
deployment relating to the engineering, construction and installation of in-building solutions including
Distributed Antenna Solutions (DAS)and Small Cell infrastructure across AT&T’s national footprint,
including Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. She was appointed to her Construction &
Engineering position in March 2010. Project Management was added to Paula’s role in September 2015.
Previously, she served as the Director – National C&E Mobility (Wireless Macro) Program Office and as the
National Access Network Field Deployment/Build Director for AT&T’s premier video offering, AT&T U-verse
Doublin has completed an international assignment where she was the majority Strategic Equity Partner for
Performance Development with SBC International, Inc. and the Executive for Human Resource Strategies,
Telkom-South Africa and was based in South Africa for a number of years. She was responsible for all
performance development and training operations involving Information Technology, Network Planning
and Engineering, Construction, Installation, Maintenance, Transmission, Data, Switching, Network
Surveillance and Control, Remote Testing and Telemetry, Service Assurance, Health and Safety, Adult Basic
Education, and Professional Leadership and Development for Telkom’s more than 54,000 employees.
Doublin’s extensive experience in the communications industry has been built upon a number of widely
varied positions within the communications arena including Installation, Maintenance, Engineering,
Construction, Information Technology and Human Resource Development. She began her career with
Southwestern Bell Telephone in 1982 in Dallas, Texas. Doublin received a Liberal Arts degree with emphasis
in Industrial Technology, Human Performance, and Industry Accounting. Prior to joining Southwestern Bell,
Doublin was involved in her family’s agricultural and automotive aftermarket interests in Missouri. She
remains a silent partner. She recently sold her interests in a skincare company in South Africa. Paula is a
Bridger for upstart gaming applications.