George Granger, President of AT&T-Oregon, has focused his career on the wireless industry and made a remarkable commitment to community service. His work focuses on community partnerships and working with elected officials throughout the state. Granger’s wireless career started at Cingular Wireless, where he became the company’s Director of External Affairs. After Cingular merged with AT&T Wireless, Granger managed AT&T’s relationship in an important region of California that included Silicon Valley. In 2013 Granger was promoted to President of AT&T-Oregon and has embedded himself in the community ever since.
Granger is passionate about driving innovation in education and investing in local communities. For nearly 20 years, he was an elected member of the Castro Valley School Board in California, serving as president of the board three times. Granger was an activist president, leading three successful campaigns to pass school bonds that funded more than $100 million in facility improvements. Granger has continued his dedication to innovation in Oregon, serving as a current board member of Friends of the Children, College Possible, and the Technology Association of Oregon, along with supporting dozens of worthwhile efforts across the state.