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Scott LeTourneau Named New VP of Corporate Development at Cox Enterprises

Originally published at coxenterprises.com. Cox Communications ranked No. 32 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021.

 

Cox Enterprises has announced that Scott LeTourneau has been named vice president of corporate development. LeTourneau will be responsible for the company’s long-term growth strategy to diversify its core businesses, while also serving as an adviser to existing portfolio companies.

With nearly 20 years of experience, LeTourneau joined Cox Communications in 2012 and has been leading its M&A efforts as vice president since 2016. He has successfully executed more than 30 strategic transactions with an aggregate value of more than $8 billion.

“Scott is a welcomed addition to our strategy and corporate development team,” said Dallas Clement, EVP and chief financial officer, Cox Enterprises. “We have the utmost confidence in his skills and abilities as we continue investing in our core businesses and seeking new areas of opportunity and growth.”

Prior to joining Cox, LeTourneau served as the vice president of corporate development for PGi.  Preceding that, LeTourneau worked as an equity analyst for Priderock Management and an investment banking analyst in the M&A group of First Union Securities (formerly Bowles Hollowell Conner).

LeTourneau has served on the boards of Unite Private Networks, InSite Wireless Group and EdgeConneX. He earned his MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business Administration and holds a bachelor’s from Washington and Lee University. He resides in Atlanta.

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