Former Vodafone exec joins Frontier as chief strategy officer

Reconnecting with CEO Nick Jeffery, Vishal Dixit comes aboard as Frontier presses ahead with its aggressive fiber upgrade and buildout initiative. #pressrelease

April 20, 2022

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NORWALK, Conn. – Frontier (NASDAQ: FYBR) announced today that it has named Vishal Dixit as its Chief Strategy Officer, reporting directly to CEO Nick Jeffery.

Why: Frontier's transformation is well underway and the team's making major moves to navigate its next chapter. Vishal is a proven industry leader, with deep expertise developing strategy and executing transformations for Vodafone, Intel Corporation and for McKinsey & Company's tech and retail clients.

Get stoked: "I've seen firsthand the impact of Vishal's work and know he will add immediate value to our world-class team. We are eager to tap his expertise leading digital transformations as we Build Gigabit America," said Nick Jeffery, CEO.

What's happening?

Frontier has hired Vishal Dixit as its Chief Strategy Officer. Reporting to the CEO, Vishal will help accelerate Frontier's fiber-first strategy.

Why now?

Over the past year, Frontier has refocused the company around a singular purpose: Building Gigabit America. The company rebuilt its executive team with world-class talent, reached four million fiber locations and was the first broadband company to launch multi-gig service network wide. Much progress has been made in its transformation – and now is the perfect time to add a Chief Strategy Officer to accelerate Frontier's influence on the future of connectivity.

Why Vishal?

Vishal brings extensive industry experience and a successful track record leading digital transformations and building strategic partnerships. He joins the team from Vodafone, where he oversaw strategy and business development as it transformed into a tech company. He helped spearhead the turnaround for Vodafone in the UK, expanding fiber network access and restoring the business to above-market revenue growth.

Read the full announcement here.

Frontier Communications

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