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WWLF Spotlight: Ashley DeCabia

05 Oct 2022 6:26 PM | Anonymous

Ashley DeCabia, Account Executive, EBI Consulting

How long have you been a City/Regional Rep for WWLF and what is your territory/region?
Northeast Director of Events since 2017,  I joined WWLF in 2010

How has being a part of WWLF impacted you personally or professionally?  
The WWLF community has always felt like my second family in the telecom industry.  Many of the women that are involved today as Executive Leaders, Directors, City Representatives & Members have been part of the community with me for the last 10+ years.  When I began my Sales role in ~2010 they opened their arms to me and no matter where I was traveling or what event I was attending I knew there would be a familiar face/name. 

Where did you get your start in the industry? What is your current role?  
I started my career in Telecom right out of college in 2005 working at an Engineering firm in upstate NY (my Ocean Engineering degree somehow landed me in a role with a team providing geotechnical and due diligence for wireless installations).  In 2007 I joined EBI Consulting as a Project Manager and transitioned into the Telecom Sales Team in 2010.  Fifteen years later I am still part of the EBI family as the Eastern Region Account Executive.

What is your favorite Quote?
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but they will never forget the way you made them feel.”

What has been the best experience you’ve had with WWLF? 
I don’t even know where to start, there have been too many amazing experiences, events, conversations, meetings, webinars, etc.  Recently we launched the Richmond market and it was a remarkable experience bringing new and legacy members together.  To name a few; Ericka Lewis launched the market as City Representative, Kelsey Trundle (who has grown with me in the wireless industry since 2013) presented on “Knowing Your Worth” and Carolyn Hardwick, former WWLF President, traveled from Atlanta to be a part of the impactful launch event.  Truly represented the WWLF community and showed the amazing future of the organization.      

What does confidence mean to you? 
The recent quote of the day in a Coaching Program I am involved with was “Confidence is what happens when courage meets preparation.”  This hit home with me, as it is so true and personally I feel it relates to my growth in my Sales position in the wireless world.

How do you define success? 
Success to me means being happy, satisfied, confident and content.

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