INCOMPAS, the internet and competitive networks association, announced Thursday that its Board of Directors re-elected Kurt Van Wagenen, President and CEO of FirstLight Fiber, to serve as its Board Chair.
The Board also re-elected Michael B. Galvin, General Counsel of Granite Telecommunications LLC as Vice Chair, and elected Brian Worthen, CEO of Mammoth Networks to serve as Treasurer.
Rounding out the Executive Committee are three at-large members: Jon Clopton, Vice President, Network Cost, Planning and Carrier Relations of Inteliquent; Ronald Mudry, Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer of Uniti Group Inc.; and Gary Watts, Founder and CEO of Fuse.Cloud.
The association conducted elections in November for companies to serve two-year terms, running 2020-2022. Member companies, and their representatives, serving this term on the Board include:
Fatbeam – Tony Perkins, COO
FiberComm – Al Aymar, CEO
Fuse.Cloud – Gary Watts, Founder and CEO
IdeaTek Telcom LLC – Daniel Friesen, Managing Member and Innovation Officer
Mammoth – Brian Worthen, CEO
Socket Telecom – Carson Coffman, COO and President
Allied Telecom Group LLC – Ken Williams, Founder, CEO and CTO
C Spire – Chris Champion, Vice President, Government Relations
Crown Castle – Chris Levendos, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Education Networks of America (ENA) – Kitty Ganier, General Counsel
FirstLight Fiber – Kurt Van Wagenen, President and CEO
Inteliquent – Jon Clopton, Vice President, Network Cost, Planning and Carrier Relations
Uniti Group Inc. – Ron Mudry, Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer
DISH – Jeff Blum, Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Government Affairs
Facebook – Brian Rice, Director, Public Policy
Granite Telecommunications LLC – Mike Galvin, General Counsel
Microsoft Corporation – Paula Boyd, Senior Director, Government and Regulatory Affairs
Netflix Inc. – Bakari Middleton, Lead, U.S. Federal Policy
Twitter – Laura Culbertson, Head of U.S. Public Policy
Windstream – Thomas Whitehead, Vice President, Federal Government Affairs