Lou Rosas is currently the Prime Supplier Program Manager in the AT&T Global Supplier Diversity organization, responsible for the quality of the data, credibility of the program results, identifying diversity suppliers for supply chain inclusion, and Prime supplier compliance with utilizing Minority, Women, and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises.
Prior to joining AT&T in 1984, Lou served in the United States Air Force for 7 1/2 years attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant as an Electronic Security Analyst. His tours included field assignments in Japan and Korea, and a staff assignment at the National Security Agency in Washington D.C. He was awarded the Join Service Commendation Medal by the Director of the NSA.
Lou became involved in local politics at the request of community groups who wanted diverse representation on the city council. Through an extensive grass-roots campaign, Lou was elected to the Concord City Council in November 1993. Councilmember Rosas became Mayor Rosas on November 21, 1995 and served as the first Latino Mayor in Concord's history. He holds a B.S. in Business from California State University Northridge.