Juan Carlos “JC” Flores serves as AT&T’s Vice President of International External & Regulatory Affairs (IE&RA) overseeing a region including EMEA and LATAM. He leads the company’s legislative and regulatory initiatives and strategic campaigns in the region, engaging frequently with external stakeholders and interest groups.
Prior to joining the International External Affairs team, Mr Flores led the Governmental Affairs & Policy team for AT&T Florida. In this capacity, he served as Florida’s chief lobbyist overseeing the company’s state legislative and policy agenda.
Mr Flores also served as Director of External Affairs at AT&T Florida, with a specific focus on the region including Miami-Dade and Monroe County. In this position, he was responsible for cultivating relationships at the local level in furtherance of the company’s state policy priorities.
Prior to joining AT&T, Mr Flores served as Special Assistant to Florida’s Speaker of the House Marco Rubio. Before that, he worked closely with Rep. Carlos Gimenez, first as his Director of Communications when Gimenez served as Miami-Dade Commissioner, and then as Campaign Manager for Gimenez’ mayoral campaign to victory in 2011.
Mr Flores served as a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations’ Stephen M Kellen and Corporate Leaders program. He is currently on the advisory board of Florida International University’s Jack Gordon Institute Cyber Security and board member for Foundation for Florida’s Future.
Mr Flores graduated from Florida International University, earning his degree in Political Science from the Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs.
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