Greg Lawlor

Principle Architect
FirstNet Program at AT&T

Greg Lawlor, is a Principal Architect with the Mission Critical Solutions (MCS) team, covering the mid-Atlantic region.  Greg works daily with customers helping them realize the potential of the FirstNet Public Safety Platform.  Greg focuses on MCPTT applications, interoperable communications, extended range connectivity, and situational awareness applications for FirstNet.  He works collaboratively with our Product Organizations as well as the FirstNet Authority to advance FirstNet’s capabilities for our customers.   Greg is a highly skilled Technical and Sales Enablement Leader with over 30 years experience helping Public Safety adopt technology-based communications solutions.  Greg is adept at taking complex technical solutions and making them simple and relatable to a customer.  

Greg began his career 35 years ago with Motorola Solutions as a Technical Sales Specialist working on LMR communications and E911 PSAP solutions.  Greg went on to hold positions of increasing responsibility as Engineering Manager, Public Safety Solutions Sales Executive, and eventually North America Director of Training for the Public Safety and Enterprise teams.  During his tenure at Motorola Solutions, Greg was engaged in Statewide and County LMR Communication projects in the Eastern US, as well as key RF upgrade projects in NYC with DoITT and FDNY for both voice and data wireless communications.

Greg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. Greg enjoys seeing theory being put into practice.  He has always focused on the application of technology as it solves a problem or relieves a “pain point” for a customer, making his transition to Principle Architect on the MCS team a natural one and an excellent place to utilize his customer-facing technical skills.  Greg has participated in national conferences such as IWCE, APCO, and IACP over decades and is delighted to be part of the PSBTA conference again this year!