June 26, 2009

Boles Named Director of Media Relations at AT&T's DC Office

AT&TMargaret Boles will join AT&T's Washington, DC office as Director of Media Relations, effective Monday, June 29, 2009.  Boles brings to AT&T eight years of telecommunications and technology experience, most recently as Vice President of Communications of COMPTEL, overseeing all communications and marketing for the association.  She also brings valuable print, broadcast and online journalism experience through various positions ranging from web producer for magazines to associate editor for Telecommunications Reports., where she developed extensive expertise on federal and state telecommunications policy issues.  In addition to serving as a public policy spokesperson, Boles’ responsibilities will include developing and managing AT&T’s public policy strategy for online and social media outlets, and coordinating federal and state public policy communications.  (PF tipster)

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