OpenWork: From Intern to CEO to Chief Storyteller with Miguel Quiroga

May 12, 2021 | OpenWork

In this episode of OpenWork, we speak with Visible CEO Miguel Quiroga, about his journey from Verizon intern to running the first alldigital unlimited wireless carrier in the U.S., the importance of social responsibility, and the one characteristic every leader must possess.

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OpenWork is a video series that highlights some of the world’s most inspiring and minds in business. Presented by Guerrero Media, each live interview scales great lessons that you can take back to your company and community, exposing you to inspiring stories and relevant insights from top inclusive leaders you may or may not know about.


About Miguel Quiroga

Miguel Quiroga is the CEO of Visible, the Verizon company and first all-digital wireless carrier in the U.S. A proven executive leader with over 20 years’ experience in every layer of telecommunications, Miguel is uniquely poised to revolutionize the industry with Visible, changing the way consumers get, pay for, and manage their phone service.

Prior to Visible, Miguel was the Vice President and Head of Digital at Fios, where he was responsible for the customer experience and digital transformation of the $12B Fios business. During his tenure at Verizon, he also served a number of other executive roles, including Head of Customer Business Intelligence and Employee Experience. He is a thought leader on product innovation, digital strategy at scale, and customer-centric growth.

Under his stewardship, Visible has been named to Fast Company’s 2020 Most Innovative Companies list and has also been recognized by Cannes Lions, TM Forum, Adweek, and Shorty Awards for its brand and technology innovation.

Miguel is an active member of the Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) for which he’s also a two time HITEC 100 award recipient. In 2021 he was named to Gold House’s A100 list of the most impactful Asians and Asian American & Pacific Islanders (APIs) in culture.

He holds an MBA from Columbia University and a BS in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Dallas.

Read more with Miguel Quiroga in The Alumni Society.