Kevin Moss has been working full time in the CR field since 2007. Since July 2012 he has headed up development and launch of BT’s net good programme, the component of BT’s Better Future programme focused on helping society live within the constraints of the planet’s resources. Previously, he has worked across a broad range of CR issues including reporting, stakeholder engagement, communications and strategy. His first full time role in the field came in 2007 when he took on responsibility for implementation of BT’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy in North America.
In addition to this blog, Kevin has taken roles outside of BT, founding and chairing the Energy and Environment Committee of the British American Business Association in Washington DC (2007-2009), as a founding governor of the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association (2009-2011) and founder and chair of the Professional Development Committee of the Association (2009-2012). In 2009 Kevin was a recipient of a PR News; CSR Executive of the Year Award.
Kevin previously oversaw voice and data product management for BT Americas, including product strategy, new product development and geographic expansion across systems, networks, operations and channels.
Prior to this role, Kevin worked on the creation of Concert, a joint venture of AT&T and BT, where he had global responsibility for Concert’s data product lines and worked on the development of a number of IP applications.
Kevin also has experience working in the local US telecommunications environment. He spent two years working at MCI following the passing of the 1996 Telecommunications Act, where he helped build local services, negotiated partner agreements and represented the company before state regulators.
A British national, Kevin began his career in telecommunications in an international marketing role for BT in the UK. His first role after university was as an account manager selling oil for BP in the Midlands in the UK. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management from Liverpool University.
In a gap year Kevin spent six months collecting eggs on a chicken farm and six month working in community development.
Kevin is married and has two daughters and lives in the Washington DC metropolitan area. He has an inexplicable passion for dusty antiquarian books and old mechanical/electrical equipment such as cameras, tube radios, gramophones and the like !
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