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Marissa Shorenstein

New York State President, AT&T

Marissa Shorenstein currently serves as President of AT&T for the state of New York.

Prior to joining AT&T, Marissa ran Marissa Shorenstein LLC, where she offered strategic communications consulting services to a wide range of clients including private sector institutions facing PR crises, tech start-ups looking for guidance on product launches, hedge funds and private equity firms requiring investor relations and sales and marketing assistance and non-profit organizations desiring speechwriting and story placement expertise.

Marissa was Director of Communications for Andrew Cuomo’s successful 2010 campaign for Governor of New York State. Before joining the Cuomo campaign, she was Press Secretary and Deputy Director of Communications for Governor David A. Paterson where she also oversaw communications for the dozens of states agencies across the state.

From 2004 – 2007 Marissa served as Senior Manager for Strategic Planning and Corporate Communications for the New York Jets while earning her JD from Fordham Law School’s Evening Division. In her capacity at the Jets, she was the spokesperson for the controversial stadium development project on Manhattan’s West Side. Prior to joining the Jets, Marissa was a Senior Associate at SSK, a national strategic communications firm based in New York. Marissa joined SS+K after serving as Press Secretary to Carl McCall’s campaign for Governor of New York. She was one of the youngest gubernatorial press secretaries in New York State history.

While an undergraduate student at Harvard University, from which she graduated with honors in three years, Marissa traveled as one of five members of the National Press Advance staff for the Gore Presidential campaign where she planned press events and coordinated logistics for the traveling press corps. She has also worked in the New York City Mayor's Office, on the 1992 and 1996 Clinton campaigns and on the 2004 Wesley Clark campaign.

Marissa was also New York Director of Communications for Cover the Uninsured Week, a public awareness campaign funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and co-sponsored by dozens of non-profit, labor and business organizations around the country to highlight and create awareness about the tens of millions of Americans without health insurance.

Marissa serves on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York (JCRC-NY), the Women’s Leadership Council of the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund, Girls Who Code, the Phoenix House Foundation, The Battery Conservancy, the New York State Business Council, and the YMCA of New York City’s Development Committee. She is a trustee of the Citizens Budget Commission, a member of the Women’s Forum of New York, the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and she represents AT&T at the Partnership for New York City.

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