Andrew Chavez currently is the Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing for ExteNet Systems. In this role, he is responsible for setting strategy, new business development and managing the overall client relationships for the Sales & Marketing team.
Andy joined ExteNet Systems in April 2013 and prior to that, led the North American Customer Business Team for Nokia Siemens Networks. Andy brings with him more than 20 years of experience in the telecommunications industry.
Prior to assuming the North American role, Andy was the Head of the T-Mobile Customer Business team and led the team in signing a multi-year, multi-billion dollar contract with T-Mobile to modernize their network to LTE. This contract was the largest contract in the history of NSN. Andy was also the Managing Director & Head of the AT&T Customer Team from 2007-08 and spent over 16 years working at Lucent Technologies and Bell Labs (and its predecessor AT&T). At Lucent Technologies, he served in ever increasing roles of responsibility, ending his career at Lucent as the Vice President of Sales for the T-Mobile account team in 2007. In addition, Andy led the account team for the AT&T wireless services account, where his leadership was instrumental in building out AT&T’s end-to-end wireless and broadband network until it was acquired by Cingular Wireless, now AT&T.
Andy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Colorado State University and attended the Graduate School of Business at the University of Denver, as well as the Kenan-Flager Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Ross W. Manire, President and Chief Executive Officer
Eric Lekacz, Executive Vice President, Business Development and Strategy
Dan Timm, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Oliver M. Valente, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Andrew G. Chavez, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing
H. Anthony Lehv, Senior Vice President, General Counsel
Tim Ayers, Vice President, Global Services
Tormod Larsen, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer