Toni Morales Broberg Named State President of AT&T Arizona

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October 31, 2018
Toni Morales Broberg Named State President of AT&T Arizona
Phoenix, October 30, 2018 – AT&T* announced today that Toni Morales Broberg has been
named state president of AT&T Arizona. As state president, Broberg will lead all external,
government and public affairs efforts in Arizona, focused on supporting infrastructure
investment and community engagement statewide. Broberg succeeds Jerry Fuentes who
previously served as president of AT&T Arizona-New Mexico.
“I am honored to lead AT&T external affairs in the state I love and call home,” Broberg said.
“Not only does this role afford the opportunity to work with local leaders on issues
impacting all Arizonans, it also provides the chance to encourage needed infrastructure and
community investment in Arizona.”
Prior to joining AT&T in 2013, Broberg served in the White House as deputy associate
director for communities at the Council on Environmental Quality and as senior advisor for
congressional affairs for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Her career has spanned
state, local and federal government affairs positions. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in political
science and a master’s degree in liberal studies from Arizona State University and currently
serves on the board for Jobs for Arizona Graduates, the American Heart Association
Executive Committee, and the Business Board of Advisors for the National Hispanic Caucus
of State Legislators. She resides in Phoenix with her husband Kevin.
AT&T invested more than $550 million in our Arizona wireless and wired networks during
2015-2017. These investments boost reliability, coverage, speed and overall performance
for residents and businesses. They also improve critical services like FirstNet that support
public safety and first responders.
FirstNet is a new nationwide communications platform dedicated to America’s public safety
community. As we build, deploy and evolve FirstNet, we will build upon our current and
planned investments in Arizona to help ensure public safety’s network delivers the coverage
and cutting-edge capabilities first responders expect – today and for decades to come.
In 2017, AT&T made more than 400 wireless network upgrades in Arizona. These upgrades
included adding new cell sites, boosting network capacity and expanding LTE coverage.
Following the passage of recent state legislation, AT&T will continue its investment in
Arizona with additional upgrades.