Len Cali serves in the AT&T External and Legislative Affairs organization as senior vice president of Global Public Policy. Len and his team are responsible for developing AT&T positions on public policy issues. Len also serves as AT&T’s representative on the board of directors of the United States Council on International Business (USCIB) and on the board of directors of the USCIB Foundation. He is also a member of the GSMA Policy Group, the Silicon Flatirons Advisory Board, and the Advisory Board of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) at Columbia Business School.
Prior to his current role at AT&T, Len was senior vice president responsible for AT&T’s wireless and international external affairs. Before this, as vice president of Law and director of Federal Government Affairs, he led the AT&T Washington, D.C. office, including the AT&T federal law and antitrust group and the federal regulatory, congressional and executive branch advocacy teams.
Earlier in his career, Len served in a variety of positions in the AT&T Law and Public Policy group. He was responsible for the development and advocacy of AT&T policy positions on telecommunications competition and related matters.
Before joining AT&T in 1988, Len was an associate with the law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft in New York City. There, he focused on general commercial litigation matters.
Len earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Fordham University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Michigan Law School.