Beth Shiroishi

Beth Shiroishi
Assistant Vice President, Citizenship and Sustainability

Beth Shiroishi is Assistant Vice President, Citizenship and Sustainability, with AT&T. In this role, she has responsibility for the company’s focus on citizenship and sustainability, including communication of the company’s positions and initiatives, stakeholder relationships, and structural governance internal to the company. Beth was appointed to this position in March of 2008 as the company implemented a new governance structure to oversee Citizenship and Sustainability.

Prior to this position, Beth was Senior Director- Regulatory Policy & Planning, with responsibility for Network & Services Transformation. Past regulatory responsibilities included policy, advocacy, and compliance for a wide range of issues dealing with network, wholesale, broadband and Voice over Internet Protocol services.

Beth joined the company as part of BellSouth in 1998 and has held jobs in various areas including pricing, product management (local interconnection, switched access, and collocation), and interconnection agreement negotiations. Just prior to joining the Regulatory department, Beth was a Director in the Interconnection Services group overseeing the negotiations of all interconnection and resale agreements with CLECs.

Beth is a graduate of Agnes Scott College and was in education prior to joining the company.

Recent Events

July 13, 2010

ITIF hosts a panel discussion with Dr. Bill Tomlinson, author of the recently published book "Greening through IT: Information Technology for Environmental Sustainability."