Maggie Hallbach, a 25-year veteran with Verizon, has been elevated from her current position as vice president of business development and strategic sales to senior vice president of its public sector arm.
In her new role, Hallbach will be in charge of overseeing the public sector business in support of the company’s government and education clientele, the Verizon subsidiary said Monday.
“Maggie’s background, deep relationships and expertise in the public sector enable her to partner strategically with our customers to help them achieve their missions through innovation and digitization,” said Verizon Business Chief Revenue Officer Sampath Sowmyanarayan.
Hallbach’s time at Verizon has prioritized customer feedback and team-building. As business development and strategic sales VP, she worked to evolve and implement strategic revenue plans.
Additionally, Hallbach helmed Lean Six Sigma at Verizon, an endeavor concerning business transformation and process modernization. She was also a leader for the strategic sales initiatives and government services teams.
Outside of Verizon, Hallbach is an advocate for special needs youths and adults, contributing to the Arc of Northern Virginia and devoting volunteer hours to organizations such as TOP Soccer and Best Buddies International.
Her promotion means she will be elected to the boards of directors at the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the United Service Organizations.
According to Hallbach, she is looking forward to working in her new job as Verizon Public Sector SVP, particularly after the release of Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network.
The executive said she is committed to providing services that “modernize and safeguard critical infrastructure, and enable those in public service to achieve their missions.”