“The promotion is well deserved and shows AT&T’s commitment to Cleveland.”
COLUMBUS— AT&T has announced the appointment of Mylayna Albright as assistant vice president for northernOhio. She succeeds Rob Reynolds, who has been promoted to lead the Ohio External Affairs team and will relocate toColumbus.
“I am excited about the opportunity to continue to work with the residents and leaders in the Greater Cleveland area and to get to know the people and officials throughout northern Ohio,” said Albright.
“At AT&T, our work will continue to focus on how we can all collaborate together to grow the economy and make Ohio an even better place to live and work,” she said.
“All of us at AT&T Ohio are proud to welcome Mylayna back toOhioafter a rotational assignment inWashingtonD.C., and we are thrilled that she has accepted the position of assistant vice president of External Affairs for northernOhio,” said Tom Pelto, president, AT&T Ohio.
“Mylayna will continue to be an invaluable advocate for our company as we work to educate stakeholders on our commitment toOhio.”
Before joining AT&T 3 and a half years ago, Albright worked for Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge, when she was the mayor ofWarrensville Heightsas assistant law director.
“If I had not moved to Congress at the same time AT&T hired Mylayna, I’d never have let her leave, but as it happened I am delighted to see her back inClevelandand advancing at AT&T,” said Congresswoman Fudge.
“The promotion is well deserved and shows AT&T’s commitment toCleveland.”
Albright has been involved in telecom public policy and issues for several years. She will continue to reside in theClevelandarea.