Amit Kushwaha

Amit Kushwaha

Director, Regulatory Affairs (APAC), AT&T

Amit Kushwaha joined AT&T in May 2021 and leads External and Regulatory Affairs for the AT&T businesses across India, Oceania & ASEAN. He advocates for the communications businesses – and for the interests of the cross-sectoral enterprise clients who depend on the secure global network of AT&T – to advance the positive role of technology in life, work, and entertainment.

Mr Kushwaha is based in Gurgaon and has a track record in managing public policy, regulatory operations, compliances, strategy, and corporate affairs in the telecommunications sector in India. He is actively engaged in the regional policy developments across industries, including 5G, digital trade and data movement, content protection, privacy, IoT, and AI governance.

In previous roles, Mr Kushwaha was Vice President of Regulations and Compliance at Bharti Airtel. Prior to spending close to 12 years in Bharti Airtel, he was with the Department of Telecommunications of the Government of India for more than 8 years.

Mr Kushwaha works closely with various Industry associations including the Association of Competitive Telecom Operators (ACTO), Internet Service Providers Association of India (ISPAI), US India Business Council (USIBC), AMCHAM India and Broadband India Forum (BIF).

Mr Kushwaha obtained a Master’s Degree in Technology (Telecom Networks) and further pursued a Post-graduate Programme in Public Management and Policy.

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