Denny was President and COO of Verizon Communications until the end of 2009 spanning a more than 40 year career in telecom. Before that he was the President and CEO of Verizon Wireless and its predecessor Bell Atlantic Mobile as well as President of Ameritech Mobile. He had also been Chairman of the Board of CTIA. Denny is widely recognized as one of the most prominent architects of the wireless communications industry. Among his many achievements were his pioneering efforts to roll out wireless services at both the former Ameritech (now AT&T Mobility) and Bell Atlantic Mobile ( now Verizon Wireless). He was responsible for bringing together the domestic wireless operations of Bell Atlantic, Vodafone AirTouch and GTE to form Verizon Wireless. Later, as Verizon’s chief operating officer, in addition to Verizon Wireless, Denny was responsible for Verizon Telecom, Verizon Business and Verizon Services Operations. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Eastman Kodak Company, PNC Financial Services and PNC Bank, and Anadigics, Inc. He is also the author of the upcoming book “Managers, Can You Hear Me Now? – Hard-Hitting Lessons on How to Get Real Results”
Ed is the former President of Network Operations for Cingular Wireless (now AT&T Mobility) and President of BellSouth Mobility, which became Cingular when it merged with SBC Mobile. Reynolds has been in the wireless industry for more than 20 years and has over 40 years experience in telecommunications. He was instrumental in bringing wireless to BellSouth’s nine state area, launching the first RSA Cellular market in the U.S. He also led BellSouth’s efforts to obtain PCS licenses to fill the geographic footprint. At Cingular, Ed was responsible for integrating BellSouth’s networks with SBC Mobile’s. Subsequently, he was responsible for the largest network integration in history which added AT&T Wireless’ network to Cingular, while simultaneously launching 3G networks across the combined networks. Ed served as a Director and Executive Committee member of CTIA, currently serves on the Wireless Advisory Board at Auburn University and he is a member of the State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame.
Dennis is the former President and CEO of Midwest Wireless. He grew the company from its infancy in 1989 to over half a million subscribers in 2005 when he sold it for more than $1 billion to Alltel. Dennis was instrumental in bringing wireless to the people of Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin, often being the only provider available to Americans in these parts of the United States. He also served as Chairman of the Board of CTIA and is on the board of the St. Joseph’s-Mayo Health System.
Jim Greenwell is chief executive officer and president of Danal Inc., (BilltoMobile), the first company in the US to provide financial-grade Direct Mobile Billing to carriers and their customers in the U.S. Jim joined BilltoMobile from ACE*COMM Corporation where he was President and CEO. Prior to ACE*COMM, Jim was senior vice president at LCC International, a public company focusing on voice and data network design, deployment and management solutions to the wireless telecommunications industry. At LCC he headed the Americas and Asia Pacific Division.
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