Comsovereign's board elects Kapoor
- By Ross Wilkers
- Nov 16, 2020
Comsovereign, the consortium of companies focused on rolling out 5G connectivity in the U.S., will gain a new member on its board of directors in former AT&T public sector president Kay Kapoor.
Kapoor becomes the seventh director on Comsovereign’s board after a vote to expand the number of members from six to seven, the Dallas-based company said Monday. She will join the board upon the completion of a proposed stock offering first disclosed in August but awaiting further detail on the size, specs and timeline.
Prior to AT&T, Kapoor was CEO of Accenture’s subsidiary focused on the U.S. government and before that worked at Lockheed Martin for nearly two decades.
After leaving AT&T, she started her own advisory and consulting firm Arya Technologies that works with both federal agencies and other companies in the market.
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