Craig Unruh is the president of AT&T Missouri and is responsible for legislative, regulatory, governmental, philanthropic and external affairs activities in the state. He was appointed to his current position in September 2018.
Since joining AT&T in 1986, Craig has held several management positions focused primarily in public policy. Most recently, he served as regional vice president of legislative and regulatory affairs, where he led AT&T’s legislative initiatives with the Missouri Legislature and regulatory initiatives with the Public Service Commission. Prior to these state policy roles, Craig held several positions working in federal public policy and helped establish the company’s regulatory policy organization.
Craig serves on several boards and committees, including the Hawthorn Foundation, Missouri Partnership, Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Civic Progress, United Way of Greater St. Louis, Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, St. Louis Sports Commission, St. Patrick Center, Greater St. Louis Area Council Boy Scouts of America, and the St. Louis Regional Chamber.
Craig holds a Master of Business Administration from Washington University in St. Louis and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Kansas State University.
Craig is a native of Bucklin, Kansas, and, upon college graduation, moved to St. Louis, Missouri, where he has now lived for over 30 years.
He and his wife, Donna, have been married for over 30 years and have two adult children, Emily and Evan.