Welcome Elizabeth Songvilay

I want to welcome Elizabeth Songvilay to the AT&T Hawaii team as our new Director of External Affairs. Elizabeth will lead AT&T’s legislative and community affairs activities throughout the state and will be involved with new technology deployment and infrastructure investment.

Born and raised on the island of Oahu, Elizabeth has deep roots in the local community. She brings a diverse background in legislative affairs and community stakeholder engagement, most recently serving as Legislative Director for former Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa in Washington, D.C. After spending some time on the East Coast, she is excited to return to Hawaii and spend more time with close friends and family while enjoying the outdoors year-round.

Please join me in welcoming Elizabeth to our AT&T family.


Bob Bass
President — AT&T Hawaii

Dear Friends,

I’m delighted to join AT&T as Director of External Affairs for Hawaii.

In this new role, I will work on our public policy as well as philanthropic and social initiatives across the state. Additionally, I will work closely with community and business leaders, elected officials and others at AT&T to continue to bring advanced communications technologies and broadband services to businesses and consumers.

From 2015–2017, AT&T invested $100 million in our wireless and wired networks in our state. I am excited that AT&T will continue our investment in Hawaii to expand, densify and upgrade the state’s mobile network.

I look forward to working with community and policy leaders as we continue to expand our network in Hawaii. In the meantime, please check out the rest of our Hawaii microsite to learn more about recent happenings here in the Aloha State.

Please feel free to contact me at [email protected] if you have any comments or questions.


Elizabeth Songvilay
Director, External Affairs — AT&T Hawaii

In his role as President-AT&T Hawaii, Alaska and Washington, Bob is responsible for external, government, regulatory and legislative affairs in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii for AT&T.

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