Business Forum Breakfast
Friday, September 8, 2017, 8–10 am
Presentation by Marissa Shorenstein, president, AT&T East region, on
AT&T and the local communities, with an audience Q&A session to
follow. Breakfast will be served.
Free and open to the public, but seating is limited.
Members of the media will be provided with complimentary parking and reserved seating.
Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Boulevard, Queens, New York
Student Union, Fourth Floor Ballroom
Click here for directions to the college, and here for campus map.
Background: Marissa Shorenstein, president of AT&T East Region, oversees its external and legislative affairs for everything from Maine to Virginia, including Washington, DC. She was previously president of AT&T New York State. Shorenstein’s career has encompassed both the private and public sectors. She served as director of communications for Andrew Cuomo’s 2010 campaign for governor of New York State. From 2004 to 2007, she was senior manager for strategic planning and corporate communications for the New York Jets. Her resume includes work with prominent legislators, as well as Cover the Uninsured Week, a public awareness campaign that called attention to the tens of millions of Americans without health insurance.
Shorenstein serves on the executive committees of the New York State Business Council, the Citizens Budget Commission, the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, and the Women’s Forum of New York. In addition, she is a member of the Board of Directors of Girls Who Code, the Women’s Leadership Council of the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund, the Battery Conservancy, and the YMCA of New York City’s Development Committee. She represents AT&T at the Partnership for New York City.
Launched in 2005, the QC Business Forum brings together the business community, local government, academia, and students to provide an opportunity for town and gown to interact. Influential leaders in a number of fields serve as keynote speakers at its breakfast and lunchtime lectures, touching on issues vital to the local business community.