Maggie Wilderotter became Chairman and CEO of Frontier Communications Corporation in January 2006. She joined the company in November 2004 as President and CEO and a member of the Board. Earlier, she was SVP of Worldwide Public Sector at Microsoft and President and CEO of Wink Communications. Prior positions included EVP of National Operations for AT&T Wireless Services, CEO of AT&T’s Aviation Communications Division, and an SVP of McCaw Cellular Communications.
Wilderotter serves on the boards of Xerox and Procter & Gamble and non-profits including The Committee of 200 and Catalyst. Since 2009, she has been included in FORTUNE’s annual ranking of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Business.” In October 2012, Wilderotter was designated Chair of President Obama’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee. In December 2012, she was named to the Executive Committee of the Business Roundtable, an association of CEOs of leading U.S. companies. In May 2014, Wilderotter became Co-Chair of The Committee for Economic Development, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, business-led, public policy organization.
Wilderotter holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Holy Cross College and an Honorary Doctor of Engineering degree, honoris causa, from the Stevens Institute of Technology.