Speaker Series with Fred Devereux

Nov 10 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
United Way King County Building
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, 98104

Join an intimate group of Emerging Leaders for some face time with one of our region’s top leaders: Fred Devereux. Light appetizers and drinks will be served, and you’ll have plenty of time to network before and after the program.

Come ready with your questions for Fred, as we’ll open it up for Q&A! Fred will speak about how he’s risen to his leadership role, where community engagement comes into play and why he chooses to invest his time and money with United Way of King County.

Email Bevin to reserve your spot. Space is limited to the first 50 people!


Fred Devereux is the Regional President–West, AT&T Mobility, a position he’s held since 2008. He is responsible for AT&T’s consumer business in the company’s largest region covering 13 western states including Alaska and Hawaii.

Previously, Devereux served as Vice President and General Manager of AT&T’s wireless operations in Northern California. There he led a team of wireless telecommunication professionals in operating all aspects of providing wireless service from building networks to marketing, sales and servicing customers.

With more than 20 years of wireless telecommunications experience, Devereux is an industry veteran. He began his career in 1990 with Los Angeles Cellular, which later became part of AT&T. He served as Vice President of Sales with AT&T Wireless in San Diego before moving to the Bay Area in 2002 to lead the Northern California market.

Devereux, prior Board Chair and campaign chair for United Way of King County is current Governance Committee Chair and a member of the Executive Committee. He was formerly on the boards of Washington Roundtable, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce and the San Diego Chamber of Commerce.

He has a master’s degree in business administration from Chapman University and a bachelor’s degree in communication from Arizona State University.

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