Jacqueline Browning has over 25 years of experience as a Real Estate Professional and Entrepreneur.
Currently, Jacqueline is the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at American Tower Corporation (ATC), where she is responsible for ATC DEI Strategic Partnerships, Programs, and Initiatives. In her previous role as ATC National Director for In-Building Real Estate, Jacqueline’s team managed over 500 commercial wireless infrastructure and connectivity account portfolios nationwide.
Jacqueline holds a B.S. in Facilities Management from Iona College and is a Harvard Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership Program Graduate. As a successful entrepreneur, her wireless services company was nominated for the North Carolina Governor’s Award for “Excellence in Workforce Development and Outstanding Innovative Partnerships.” In addition, Jacqueline was selected to serve on the White House Small Business Council and featured in Pride Magazine’s “Women in STEM” edition in the same year. A global supporter of economic empowerment, she also served on the Energy Economic and Workforce Development Assessment Team in Mombasa, Kenya.
Jacqueline has had the pleasure of participating as an Executive Panelist for the Harvard Business School US Competitiveness Paths Forward Forum, on the Huffington Post Democratic National Convention Women in Leadership Panel, as a Green Economy Panelist for the US EPA, and as a contributor to the EPA’s Sustainability Program Manual for Historical Black Colleges and Universities.
Jacqueline currently serves on the ATC CEO Advisory Council, ATC Future Work Task Force HBCU Initiative, NC Central University (NCCU) School of Business Board of Visitors, NCCU School of Business Real Estate Advisory Board, Graduate College Advisory Board, and the North Carolina A&T State University Graduate College Advisory Board. She also served on the North Carolina Sustainability Association Board of Directors, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Sustainability Center’s Advisory Board, and successfully launched the North Carolina A&T State University Bio-Medical Engineer Research Apprenticeship Program for High School Girls.
Jacqueline and her husband, Matthew have four wonderful adult children between them and reside in the beautiful city of Charlotte North Carolina. Jacqueline is thankful for her journey and credits everything back to her faith, which is and will always be her foundation.
Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at American Tower Corporation