Broadband Communities

Show Guide 2019

BROADBAND COMMUNITIES is the leading source of information on digital and broadband technologies for buildings and communities. Our editorial aims to accelerate the deployment of Fiber-To-The-Home and Fiber-To-The-Premises.

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46 BROADBAND COMMUNITIES SUMMIT 2019 Show Guide Sponsor SPEAKERS Regan Hartley National Sales Director Package Concierge Hartley is national sales director for Package Concierge, the multifamily industry's preeminent supplier and innovator of digital locker solutions. She graduated cum laude from Suffolk University in Boston and earned her MA in 2013. She then began her career as a luxury real estate professional in the Boston area and joined Package Concierge in 2014. She was the organization's top sales performer in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Rondella Hawkins Telecommunications and Regulatory Affairs Officer City of Austin, Texas Hawkins has more than 25 years of experience in local government. Her office has direct responsibility for utility rights-of-way franchise agreements and license agreements with telecommunications and wireless providers, and she is the city's single point of contact for the Google Fiber and AT&T Fiber projects. She oversees the public-access television management contract and coordinates with other Austin educational and government channels. Hawkins is actively engaged in legislative and policy issues related to broadband communications, maintaining local rights- of-way authority, and digital inclusion and is vice president of TATOA. She was selected NATOA's 2010 Member of the Year and received the NATOA Life Member award in 2014. Nelson Holmberg Vice President, Innovation Port of Ridgefield (Washington) Holmberg's career spans nearly 30 years, mostly in public and media relations and port administration. He was executive director at the Port of Woodland (2010–2014) and communications manager at the Port of Vancouver (2007–2010) before spending nearly a year and a half at BergerABAM, a construction engineering company. At the Port of Ridgefield, Holmberg leads legislative and congressional activities and helps develop strategy for the port's business lines, partnerships, and economic development initiatives. His career includes executive stints with the World Baseball Classic (2006), Portland Power and Atlanta Glory. He has been recognized with awards throughout his career and been commended by his colleagues for his results in working with the media. He is co-founder and current president of the Rotary Club of Three Creeks. David Hoover Principal The Ferguson Group At The Ferguson Group, Hoover provides strategic counsel on technology and telecommunications policy issues. He is an accomplished government relations and public policy executive with more than 20 years of experience leading advocacy campaigns, conducting research, analyzing federal policies and building relationships with members of Congress, federal agencies, industry and public interest groups. Before joining TFG, Hoover served as vice president of legislative affairs at NTCA—The Rural Broadband Association, where he planned and implemented federal legislative strategy on behalf of the association's more than 800 independent, community-based telecommunications companies. Previously, he directed government affairs at CTIA, which represents the U.S. wireless communications industry. Hoover earned an M.A. in telecommunications from Michigan State University's College of Communications Arts and Sciences and a B.S. in journalism from Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. FEATURED SPEAKER

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