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Maggie Hallbach, Senior Vice President of Verizon Public Sector

Maggie Hallbach,

Senior Vice President,

Verizon Public Sector

Maggie Hallbach, Senior Vice President of Verizon Public Sector

Maggie Hallbach is the senior vice president at Verizon Public Sector, working out of Oakton, Virginia. She was appointed to this position in February and now leads a team of professionals dedicated to delivering innovative technology solutions and services to customers, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Hallbach has held a number of executive roles during her more than two decades at Verizon. Most recently she served as VP of business development and strategic sales for Verizon Public Sector, where she led the team focused on developing, designing and capturing strategic opportunities in the government market.

At one time, Hallbach also served as the company’s VP for the state, local and education markets. In that role, she and her team were responsible for developing solutions to address the increasingly complex requirements of state and local governments and education clients, her profile revealed.

Previously, Hallbach served as VP of strategy and business development at Virginia-based telecommunications company MCI, which was at one time the second-largest long-distance telephone company in the United States. The company was acquired by Verizon in 2006, paving the way for Hallbach’s entry.

Hallbach earned her bachelor’s degree in history from Brown University. She later earned her Master of Business Administration degree from the Univesity of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.

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