Anais Carmona serves a Director of Federal Legislative Affairs for T-Mobile. Anais is responsible for representing T-Mobile’s federal legislative interest before Members of Congress on issues related to telecommunications and technology. She also specializes in developing strategic partnerships with key third-party stakeholders and key constituencies. Anais is the Vice President of the Hispanic Lobbyists Association and has served on the Board for five consecutive years, where she brings programming, mentorship and networking opportunities tailored to serving the Hispanic professional community in Washington DC.
Anais was recognized as part of the Alumni Society’s Mission-Driven Class of 2019, City Year’s ‘2018 Idealist of the Year Award’ and Prospanica’s 2018 '40 Under 40’ for her exemplary leadership, service, and commitment to the growth of the Latino community. She participated in the Fundación Carolina Hispanic Leaders Program in Spain in 2017. Anais was also selected to participate in Center for American Progress (CAPs) sixth class of the U.S.-Mexico Leaders Initiative.
Prior to her time at T-Mobile, Anais was an Associate at D&P Creative Strategies, where she represented clients in telecommunications, tech, and energy. Anais has experience in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Beto O’Rourke, who represents her hometown of El Paso, Texas. She worked on issues pertaining to immigration and foreign policy. Anais also worked on homeland security issues at Obsidian Analysis and interned at the Pew Research Center. Anais graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and is proudly from the El Paso – Ciudad Juarez border region.