Susan Loosmore

Executive Vice President, Financial Planning & Analysis

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As executive vice president of financial planning and analysis, Susan Loosmore is responsible for advising how to most effectively utilize T-Mobile’s financial resources to increase profitability and grow the company’s cash flow at an optimal rate to ensure its long-term success.

Susan supports Chief Financial Officer Peter Osvaldik, and is charged with examining, analyzing, and evaluating the entirety of T-Mobile’s financial activities and mapping out its financial future. Over the last seven years at the Un-carrier, Susan has supported the successful delivery of financial and operational commitments to the board of directors and investors.

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As executive vice president of financial planning and analysis, Susan Loosmore is responsible for advising how to most effectively utilize T-Mobile’s financial resources to increase profitability and grow the company’s cash flow at an optimal rate to ensure its long-term success. 

Susan supports Chief Financial Officer Peter Osvaldik, and is charged with examining, analyzing, and evaluating the entirety of T-Mobile’s financial activities and mapping out its financial future. Over the last seven years at the Un-carrier, Susan has supported the successful delivery of financial and operational commitments to the board of directors and investors. 

Susan has deep wireless industry experience of 23 years, starting her career with McCaw Cellular Communications (AT&T Wireless) where she worked for more than 12 years. She then spent three years at Nordstrom before coming back to wireless, serving in multiple finance roles at T-Mobile and getting promoted to senior vice president of financial planning and analysis in 2013. 

A licensed CPA, Susan earned an MBA from Seattle University with a B.A. in accounting from University of Portland. Her community involvement has included Social Venture Partners, treasurer for the Country Village Day School, and member of the dean’s advisory board for the University of Portland.