Mariarosaria Romano

Marketing Manager

‘My job is to create stories for the customers, stories that tell about Ericsson and the positive impact the business can have on daily life for the customer and for everyone in society. Ericsson makes that easier for me by being a company that has such great stories to tell. The Networked Society is the greatest example. With this vision, we will be addressing global challenges, such as urbanization, poverty, access to education and healthcare, climate change and use of our natural resources. My life, both as a citizen and an employee, will be dramatically affected by the way Ericsson will connect everyone, everywhere in real time. That’s an exciting story to tell!

I also enjoy telling the story of Ericsson’s Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility initiatives, because they focus on so many areas of concern—human rights, anti-corruption, responsible sourcing of materials and occupational health and safety. For me, these values are a very important part of the company culture.

One of Ericsson’s Core Values is Perseverance, and that’s something I identify with because I try to persevere until I reach my goal. I feel that a solution is always possible, and Ericsson takes the same approach. Customers appreciate this, and it’s one of the reasons Ericsson has maintained its leadership role all these years.

As for the company itself, I feel like Ericsson is my second home. The company culture encourages the opportunity to grow and works to eliminate stressors. After so many years with Ericsson, I still have the same passion to work with the company, because there is always the opportunity to re-invent my own role or even change location. Each time I get to try something new, it’s a good thing.’

Our People

Marketing Manager, Cloud & IP/Product Area Network Functions, Italy

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The stories of our people are the stories of Ericsson. They build our networks that make connections. They create solutions that redefine the cutting edge. They touch the lives of our customers all over the world, every day. Take a closer look at some our people, their experiences of life at Ericsson and the projects they’ve delivered.


Ann Duignan

Integration Engineer, Cloud & IP, Ireland

Andreas Kremmydas

Services Engineer, IPN BB & Core

Muddasir Ali

Radio Design and Optimization Engineer


Yuriy Glushchenko

ICT Account Manager, Ukraine

Willis Wang

Customer Projects Manager, Systems Integration, Beijing, China


Sarah Lee Su Yin

Account Manager, Major Accounts & Business Development, KAM Singapore


Josefine Boqvist

Head of CSI Center of Excellence BUGS

Mariyam Patanwala

Business Development and Strategy, Strategy & Innovation Group, GSI-CSI-ADM

Francis Kenny

Senior Solution Architect IMS, Consulting & Systems Integration, Ireland

OSS/BSS roles

Ximena Sanchez

Prime Driver for Comp Domain OSS/BSS/M&A

Kiyomi Mori

Consultant, RNEA CE OSS/BSS Practice

Project management

Andrey Rasseykin

Engagement Manager, RECA EP Television and Media Management

Amy Corrigan

Customer Project Manager, Project Management Office (PMO), Ireland


Adama Sankhare

Program Manager Pricing Transformation, Kenya

Mariarosaria Romano

Marketing Manager, Cloud & IP/Product Area Network Functions, Italy

Fredrik Romehed

Strategic Product Manager for M-Commerce (Mobile Money), Sweden


Arun Goel

MS COO, Bharti, RINA

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