Patrick Amos is an Executive Director at MetTel. Patrick has over 28 years of Telecommunications experience which includes (20 years Private Sector/8 years Military). He is experienced in the areas of Internetworking Technology and Network Infrastructure with emphasis on Technical Program/Project Management.
Patrick proudly served with the United States Quartermaster Corp and Signal Corp (8 years Active Duty; 3 years as a Reservist). He reached the rank of Staff Sargeant (E-6) before being honorably discharged. After that, he began his career at Crown Fiber Communications as a Project Manager and after that as Project Manager for MCI Communications dedicated to the Social Security Administration’s voice services transition and held several key positions after that until the acquisition of MCI, Inc. by Verizon.
After Verizon, he went on to work at Qwest Communications, Inc. to lead the GSA FTS-2001 contract transition to NETWORX. After Qwest was acquired by CenturyLink he stayed on board until accepting a position with Level 3 Communications, Inc. to lead the SLED Management Office.
Patrick obtained an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer Networking from ECPI Technical College and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Internetworking Technology from Strayer University.