"It is an honor to be named to the president's advisory committee that is tasked with safeguarding the United States' communications infrastructure," said Stratton.
The National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee, formed 30 years ago, is composed of up to 30 industry senior executives representing major communications, information technology, finance and aerospace companies. The NSTAC provides the president with industry-based counsel on issues related to implementing national security and emergency preparedness communications policy.
Stratton, an 18-year veteran of Verizon, oversees the seamless global delivery of enterprise solutions -- including mobile, cloud and IT, strategic networking and advanced communications offerings -- to businesses and government agencies.
Stratton previously served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Verizon Wireless, as well as chief marketing officer for both Verizon Wireless and Verizon Communications. He is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School.
Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE, Nasdaq: VZ), headquartered in New York, is a global leader in delivering broadband and other wireless and wireline communications services to consumer, business, government and wholesale customers. Verizon Wireless operates America's most reliable wireless network, with more than 94 million retail customers nationwide. Verizon also provides converged communications, information and entertainment services over America's most advanced fiber-optic network, and delivers integrated business solutions to customers in more than 150 countries, including all of the Fortune 500. A Dow 30 company with $111 billion in 2011 revenues, Verizon employs a diverse workforce of more than 188,000. For more information, visit www.verizon.com.