Hispanic Heritage Month

What does Hispanic Heritage Month mean to Verizon employees?

Hear directly from a few Verizon Policy team members in the video below: Marcela Zamora, Vice President of Federal Government Relations; Mario Acosta-Velez, Director of State Government Affairs and External Affairs; Rudy Reyes, Vice President of State Legal, Regulatory, Public Policy and Community Engagement; Jesus Roman, Associate General, Counsel and Vice President of Government Affairs; Sophia Garcia, Executive Director, of Community Affairs and Government Relations; Jay Day, Executive Director, Government and External Affairs; Erica Jacquez, Executive Director of External and Government Affairs; Melanie Figueroa, Director of Government and Community Affairs; and Ku’ulei Jakubczak, Director of Government and Community Affairs

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