Vice President, Public Policy, AT&T
Ramona Carlow is Vice President - Public Policy for AT&T. In this role, she leads the team responsible for developing AT&T's public policy positions on issues associated with state regulatory reform and broadband deployment, mapping and adoption.
Carlow's communications experience reaches back to the early 1990's to a position at the Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control where she represented the agency on the legislative task force charged with opening the state's telecommunications market to competition. After several years advising the DPUC chairman on regulatory strategy and policy, Carlow worked as a telecommunications policy consultant for The Southern New England Telephone Company. She joined the company's regulatory group in 1997. In 2003, Carlow was appointed to the position of Vice President-Regulatory & External Affairs in Connecticut. Carlow was named Connecticut State President in January, 2007, and was appointed to her current position in January of 2010.
Carlow is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, with a bachelor's degree in political science and an honors graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law. Her earlier legal experience includes serving as a law clerk at the Connecticut Supreme Court, and as an associate at the Hartford law firm of Robinson & Cole.
Carlow currently represents AT&T as a board member of the Connecticut Business & Industry Association, having served as Chair of that board during 2011. She is a past board member of the Connecticut Science Center, and is a volunteer with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
- State of the Net Conference 2013 January 22, 2013
Biography last updated January 16, 2013