Georgia is one of the most important states to AT&T and today AT&T has announced a new president of AT&T Georgia in Beth Adcock Shiroishi.
Shiroishi had previously held the position of Vice President, Sustainability and Philanthropy with AT&T and as the President of the AT&T Foundation,
As we head into 2014, Shiroishi will work hand-in-hand with community and business leaders, as well as elected officials and others to continue to improve communications technologies, including the robust 4G LTE and other broadband services.
"I am honored for this opportunity and look forward to leading our great AT&T team in Georgia,” Shiroishi stated. “We are off to a great start on Project VIP, an initiative to significantly expand and enhance our wireless and wired broadband services to more Georgians in order to deliver the advanced services consumers and businesses demand. Our company and our employees have been a part of local communities in Georgia since 1879, and I look forward to continuing our legacy of investment, job creation, innovation and community engagement.”
Shiroishi brings 15 years experience with AT&T and its predecessor companies to the table.
Previously she had been responsible for public policy and regulatory affairs as well as customer service.
Most recently Ms. Shiroishi was Vice President, Sustainability and Philanthropy.
In this position, she has brought numerous investments for innovation to AT&T.
Charity has always been a priority for Shiroishi. Expect that to continue in her new position.
Shiroishi is native Georgian and she resides in Atlanta with her husband, Jason, and two daughters.