Neil Giacobbi has been with AT&T since 2011 working in corporate social responsibility and public affairs. He is associate vice president and develops consumer engagement campaigns deploying AT&T talent, technology and resources for human and social good.
In 2017 he produced an educational film to help parents understand how teenagers can experience negativity and abuse on social media. The film was recognized by the American Public Health Association, and Neil continues to lead several of AT&T’s online safety initiatives. His previous campaigns harnessed mobile technologies to help people with disabilities lead independent lives, and to keep pedestrians and cyclists safe from distracted drivers.
Neil is a fellow with Aspen Institute and he has over a decade of experience in New York City politics, environmental sustainability, transit, labor, and public arts.
Neil has a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relationship from Cornell. He lives with his wife and three kids in Brooklyn.