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Verizon appoints Maggie Hallbach to senior vice president of Verizon Public Sector

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Verizon appoints Maggie Hallbach to senior vice president of Verizon Public Sector
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Maggie Hallbach has been named senior vice president of Verizon Public Sector by Verizon Business. She will be responsible for the company’s federal, state, municipal, and education customers, as well as Verizon Frontline public safety customers.

Hallbach worked with Verizon for 25 years, most recently as the vice president of business development and strategic sales for Verizon Public Sector, where she was responsible for conceiving, planning, and capturing strategic opportunities.

Hallbach also headed the team in charge of strategic sales efforts, such as aligning sales priorities with Verizon Public Sector’s overall strategy.

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“Maggie’s background, deep relationships and expertise in the public sector enable her to partner strategically with our customers to help them achieve their missions through innovation and digitization,” said Sampath Sowmyanarayan, Chief Revenue Officer, Verizon Business. “Maggie is exactly the right person to lead and grow our Verizon Public Sector business and continue the incredible momentum we have experienced with our federal, state, local, education and Verizon Frontline customers.”

Hallbach has spent her time at Verizon focusing on improving the customer experience and establishing high-performing teams. This has involved leading Verizon Business’s Lean Six Sigma efforts to deliver continuous business transformation and process improvement.

She was previously vice president of Verizon’s state, local, and education markets, where she oversaw teams that developed solutions to meet the increasingly complex needs of state and local governments, public safety, and education clients.

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Maggie graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor of Arts in history and a Master of Business Administration in marketing and finance from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. She devotes time to TOP Soccer, Best Buddies International, and the Arc of Northern Virginia, all of which are dedicated to the inclusion of adolescents and adults with special needs.

Maggie will also join the boards of directors of the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) and the United Service Organizations (USO) as a result of this appointment (USO).

“I am grateful every day to work with people who are all focused on delivering the most transformative solutions – built on the most reliable and secure networks – that modernize and safeguard critical infrastructure, and enable those in public service to achieve their missions,” said Hallbach. “It’s an amazing time in the public sector, and with this world-class team and the launch of Verizon 5G Ultra-Wideband, there are no limits to how we can partner with our customers to help them better serve their constituents.”

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