Carlos Sánchez is responsible for the planning, integration, engineering, performance, deployment and operations of AT&T´s wireless assets in Mexico with the objective of transforming the network to world class level with an excellent cost structure.
Before his appointment as CTO of AT&T in Mexico, he was VP for the Antenna Solution Group, responsible for the nationwide deployment of DAS, Wi-Fi and Small Cells. Mr Sánchez held positions as CTO for América Móvil, RAN AVP for the SouthEast Region and several leadership roles in Latin America covering Network, IT and Business Planning.
Mr Sánchez earned his Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering from Simón Bolívar University and his Executive MBA from Institute of Higher Administration Studies (IESA), both located in Caracas, Venezuela.
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