AT&T names new VP of global connections and alliance management

AT&T names new VP of global connections and alliance management

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AT&T has appointed John Nolan to the position of vice president of global connections and alliance management, succeeding George Sloan, former AT&T VP of international access management, who spent 14 years with the company.

Effective 11 March, Nolan (pictured) has taken responsibility for driving AT&T’s domestic and international business activities. With a team working across more than 30 countries, he will focus specifically on managing voice, data, international roaming, IoT and performance relationships with other providers in support of AT&T’s wireless and wireline business objectives.,

“John is experienced leader with a vision that helps AT&T transform access management spend and supplier ecosystem.” said Urvi Modi, director of interconnection agreements at AT&T.

Prior to this role, Nolan was responsible for end-to-end service relationships with AT&T’s most strategic multinational enterprise customers in the Southwest region. His earlier career also included roles in wholesale voice product marketing and the business development and alliance team.

Nolan began his career with Southwestern Bell Mobile Systems (now branded AT&T Mobility) where he held various positions in sales, finance and operations. He has an MBA from Saint Louis University and an undergraduate degree in Finance from University of Missouri.

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