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AT&T New York Marissa Shorenstein
Marissa Shorenstein
President — AT&T New York





Marissa Shorenstein, president AT&T New York, is responsible for the company’s regulatory, public policy and community relations initiatives across the state.
 


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Western New York Civic App Challenge — AT&T New York

Posted by Marissa Shorenstein on October 20, 2014

AT&T New York State President Marissa ShorensteinDear Friends:

Last month, AT&T launched the Western New York Civic App Challenge, a two-month challenge for local software developers to build smartphone apps that serve community needs.

AT&T worked with University at Buffalo, State University of New York at Fredonia, United Way of Buffalo & Erie County and local tech champions InfoTech NiagaraZ80 Labs, LaunchNY, d!g Buffalo and Hack Upstate.

Click here or on the image below to view the event video video button.

Central New York Civic App Challenge video 

Coders participating in the challenge will compete for prizes totaling $18,000 and teams must include at least one member currently residing in one of eight counties that make up Western New York or attend one of the region’s colleges or universities.

AT&T’s challenge has earned media coverage across the region including these highlights:

bullet pointAT&T’s partners describing the challenge on Buffalo's lifestyle morning show "Winging It! Buffalo Style" on WNLO

Buffalo Business First explains how “App development has financial reward

Buffalo News puts the call out of civic minded app developers sought for app challenge

Submissions will be judged on their potential impact on Western New York, execution and creativity or novelty. Among the judges are tech experts, community tech leaders and elected officials.

AT&T's commitment to Western New York’s tech sector grows out of our company's multibillion dollar nationwide investment in the mobile communications network of the future. 

By encouraging Western New York’s career technologists and students to explore smartphone software development the company spotlights the enormous demand for developers and engineers needed to create the software that will drive our mobile economy while keeping jobs in Western New York.

You can get the latest updates on the challenge by following the hashtag #ATTWNY on Twitter. 

#ATTCNY buttonSincerely,

Marissa Shorenstein
New York State President, AT&T

AT&T helps close the gender gap through $1 million contribution to Girls Who Code

Posted by Marissa Shorenstein on September 25, 2014
Dear Friends:AT&T is committed to closing the gender gap in technology by providing more young women with opportunities to participate in STEM programs. As part of that commitment, we recently...

AT&T Keeps New Yorkers Connected and Safe this Summer

Posted by Marissa Shorenstein on August 11, 2014
Dear Friends:Summer is in full swing — and we couldn’t be more excited to offer New Yorkers several unique summertime initiatives to keep you safe and connected while you have fun in...

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