Eric H Loeb supports AT&T's international and regulatory affairs team, which is resopnsible for advocacy to international departments of the US government, and all branches of government outside the US, including executive, legislative and regulatory agencies, and for international external affairs affecting AT&T and its Affiliates.
Mr. Loeb’s work supports AT&T's diverse, international portfolio –fixed, mobile and satellite platforms; voice, video and broadband; and IoT solutions.
AT&T is a global leader in providing integrated communications services to businesses and consumers, from video entertainment, high- speed Internet and mobility, to IP network services and the Internet of Things. It provides services in more than 220 countries and territories, including business enterprise services to countries representing over 99 percent of the world's economy.
In addition to implementing market access and compliance strategies enabling AT&T’s global expansion, Mr. Loeb’s responsibilities also include advocacy on policy matters that promote investment, innovation, and sustainable economic growth across the digital economy ecosystem.
Mr. Loeb is based in AT&T’s Washington DC office. He is an active member in several industry and community organizations, including current service as Chair of the United States Council for International Business ICT Policy Committee, Chair of the Meridian International Center Corporate Council, Co-Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce Task Force on the Internet and
Telecommunications, Board Member of the US Telecommunications Training Institute, Advisory Board Member of the Wilson Center Mexico Institute, and Member of the US State Department Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy.
Prior to joining AT&T in 2002 as International Regulatory Law Counsel, Mr. Loeb had been the Global Regulatory
Counsel for Concert Communications plc, and prior to that, the US Regulatory Counsel for British Telecommunications plc. He started his career as a communications law associate at Hogan & Hartson L.L.P. (now Hogan Lovells), after graduating with honors from the Georgetown University Law Center, and with honors from Bowdoin College. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland with his wife Pamela, and his two children Eli and Olivia.