Jeremy Malasky

Senior Vice President, Corporate Services and Chief of Staff to the CEO

Jeremy Malasky smiling at an event

Jeremy Malasky serves as T-Mobile’s senior vice president of corporate services and the chief of staff to the CEO, Mike Sievert. He is responsible for leading corporate real estate, corporate security, the office of the CEO, and our enterprise-wide growth agenda management.

Jeremy previously led the new business incubation team, as well as the corporate strategy and analytics team, where he was responsible for many of our recent, high-impact innovations—including key elements of our Un-carrier strategy, our nationwide military support initiative, co-creating the T-Mobile Venture Fund, kick-starting our efforts to build IoT and home internet businesses, and the deal to merge with Sprint.

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Jeremy Malasky serves as T-Mobile’s senior vice president of corporate services and the chief of staff to the CEO, Mike Sievert. He is responsible for leading corporate real estate, corporate security, the office of the CEO, and our enterprise-wide growth agenda management.

Jeremy previously led the new business incubation team, as well as the corporate strategy and analytics team, where he was responsible for many of our recent, high-impact innovations—including key elements of our Un-carrier strategy, our nationwide military support initiative, co-creating the T-Mobile Venture Fund, kick-starting our efforts to build IoT and home internet businesses, and the deal to merge with Sprint. 

Prior to joining T-Mobile, Jeremy was an associate partner at McKinsey & Company where he was a leader in the global marketing and sales practice focused on creating and implementing programs to drive sustained growth. He served clients across a variety of consumer-facing industries including technology, gaming, travel, media, and retail. Jeremy began his professional career as an officer in the U.S. Air Force where he was also known by his call sign “Dom.” He attained the rank of captain and was the chief of analysis for the Air Force’s A-10, F-16, and F-15 operational testing programs.

Jeremy holds a B.S. in operations research from the United States Air Force Academy, where he was a distinguished graduate and an M.S. in operations research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he was a Draper Fellow.

When not wearing magenta and obsessing over delighting customers, Jeremy enjoys spending time with his household of girls (including the family pug), taking his family on international adventures, and cheering for his hometown team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.