Bryan Gonterman To Be AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) New England’s New Vice President And General Manager

by Loventrice Farrow | Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 | 2038 views

Boston, MA, 04/03/2014  (usastockreports) – AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) appointed Bryan Gonterman as the new Vice President and General Manager for its New England headquarters in Framingham, Mass yesterday.

The industry veteran Gonterman, who is a finance graduate and has obtained his degree from Southern Illinois University, is to engage himself with the management of mobility and customer market in New England. He will be managing the sales and functions of as many as 1,300 employees, above 200 retail and dealer locations in around six states. He will also be overseeing national retail sales. In addition, he will also be seen assisting the deployment plans for wireless network across New England.

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Prior to assuming his new duties, Gonterman was at AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) in Oklahoma where he was playing the role of the Assistant Vice President since 2008. His responsibilities there included managing the company’s legislative, regulatory, external affair and governmental activities. He had always actively participated in the state’s philanthropic as well as business communities. Among his many appointments, one included that at the State Chamber of Oklahoma where he had been the Chairman.

Previously, Gonterman was employed as Assistance Vice President at AT&T’s headquarters in Dallas’s unit of telecom operations and shared services. He helped to plan, develop and maintain the company’s domestic as well as international network. Prior to this, he was the Assistance Vice President at AT&T Texas, Austin, where he managed the company’s legislative affairs. He had also worked as executive director for AT&T Texas, overseeing the company’s regulatory issues.

Gonterman has been associated with AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) since 1999, when it was SBC. He worked at the company as its associate director, forming and enforcing policies regarding the company’s local wholesale markets. He was also responsible for making agreements with other companies in the telephone industry. He represented AT&T in various federal and state regulatory proceedings.

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