Steven C. Crosby

Steve Crosby is Senior Vice President of Frontier Communications Corporation, responsible for corporate communications. Immediately prior to Frontier, Crosby managed Vulcan Inc.’s corporate communications group including their government and community relations. Vulcan Inc. is the privately held company for investor and philanthropist Paul G. Allen co-founder of Microsoft.

Crosby has worked for AT&T Wireless handling both public and government affairs; Burson-Marsteller handling public affairs and crisis communications issues; the California State Legislature working on legislation in the sports, entertainment, and economic development area, and worked for the California Forestry Association.

He was on the Board of Directors of the American Humane Association (AHA); the national board of the Coro Foundation, L.A. Family Housing (LAFH), which focuses on homeless families, and is currently on the board of Experience Music Project (EMP), a museum of pop culture located in Seattle.

He has a J.D. from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles; a BA from Santa Clara University, and a graduate certification in public affairs from the Coro Foundation’s year-long certification program.