AT&T Virginia president adds Maryland, Delaware, D.C. to duties
Vince Apruzzese Jr. has been president of AT&T Virginia since 2010
AT&T Virginia President Vince Apruzzese Jr. will add the role of president of external affairs for Delaware, Maryland and Washington, D.C., to his duties, the company announced Wednesday.
Apruzzese has served as AT&T’s Virginia president since 2010. In his expanded role, Apruzzese, who’s based in Richmond, will lead AT&T’s legislative, public policy and philanthropic initiatives in the three additional jurisdictions and work with elected and appointed officials on public policy issues, and with business, community and civic leaders to support important local initiatives.
He replaces Denis Dunn, who retired in April.
Apruzzeese has been with the telecommunications giant for more than three decades, first starting in accounts payable, then working in corporate security and working his way up to regulatory and external affairs.
“Vince has a strong record of success working in external and legislative affairs roles over many years in Virginia and Illinois,” John Emra, president of AT&T Atlantic Region, said in a statement. “The region he and his team covers is an important one for the company, and I know he will build upon a strong foundation and network to make an immediate impact for our company, and the customers and communities we serve.”