As I've noted elsewhere in this blog, my goal is to engage my peers in the larger global CSR community in a meaningful dialogue on what it means — and requires — to be a good corporate citizen, and I look forward to that ongoing discussion.
In those inevitable instances where we may have a strong difference of opinion, however, I also ask that you temper your remarks within the customary bounds of decorum. Toward that end, this is a moderated forum.
All of my commentary is solely my own and, as such, may not necessarily reflect the views of BT, or of any former or future employer. Although I plan to write frequently about public events as they relate to my practice, I have the utmost respect for private conversations with colleagues and customers during my day-to-day business interactions. Any such conversations referred to herein are therefore done so with prior permission.
Tuesday, February 3, 2004
Kevin Moss has responsibility for implementation of BT's corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy in North America. Kevin previously oversaw voice and data product management for BT Americas, including product strategy, new product development and geographic expansion across systems, networks, operations and channels. During this period, he was also responsible for developing and running BT’s community investment activities in the Americas. Prior to this role, Kevin worked on the creation of Concert, a joint venture of AT&T and BT, where he had global responsibility for Concert’s data product lines and worked on the development of a number of IP applications. Kevin also has experience working in the local US telecommunications environment. He spent two years working at MCI following the passing of the 1996 Telecommunications Act, where he helped build local services, negotiated partner agreements and represented the company before state regulators. A British national, Kevin began his career in telecommunications in an international marketing role for BT in the UK.
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