Five Wireless Communication Executives You Need in Your Rolodex

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Five Wireless Communication Executives You Need in Your Rolodex


DAN ALLEN

President

Mid-Atlantic area Nextel Communications

Bethesda

RESUME: Director of marketing, Sprint Communications, various locations, 1975-88; vice president of operations, Bell South International, Atlanta, 1988-94; vice president of operations, Time Warner Telecommunications, Washington, 1994-96; president, Mid-Atlantic Area, Nextel Communications, Bethesda, 1996-present.

MEMBER: Washington Convention and Visitors Association; Northern Virginia Building Industry Association; Home Builders Association of Maryland; Washington Building Congress.

GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Starting Nextel in the Mid-Atlantic area. We have attracted the highest quality people and built a digital wireless network that is truly unique.

ON THE RECORD: "The auctions for spectrum have opened the door to wireless competition with the customer being the big winner. The long-term survivors must provide true value, integrated services, a seamless all-digital national network and mobile data capabilities that match the business users' applications.

YOU CAN REACH ME AT: 301/951-2800.

JAMES D. CARTER

Vice president

Cellular One-Baltimore/Washington

Greenbelt

RESUME: Assistant professor of marketing, Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, 1984-90; area manager for small business planning, Southwestern Bell Telephone, St. Louis, 1990-93; director of marketing, Cellular One-Baltimore/Washington, Greenbelt, 1993-96; vice president, Cellular One, 1996-present.

MEMBER: Board of directors, Greater D.C. Cares, National Capital Area Council of Boy Scouts of America; advisory board, Greater Washington Board of Trade.

GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Helping with the introduction of key products in 1996 and 1997 that resulted in historic consumer growth for Cellular One.

ON THE RECORD: "As the wireless marketplace becomes more competitive, it is very easy to become competitor-focused rather than customer-focused. The only way we accomplish our objectives is by satisfying our customers with high quality products, services and support while maintaining competitive pricing. We win only when our customers win."

YOU CAN REACH ME AT: 301/489-3600; jcarter@cellone.com

GARY SCHULMAN

President

Bell Atlantic Mobile - Baltimore/Washington

Silver Spring

RESUME: Vice president, Metro Mobile CTS, Woburn, Conn., 1986-92; vice president, Bell Atlantic Mobile, Northeast region, Woburn, Conn., 1992-94; president, Bell Atlantic Mobile, Baltimore/Washington region, Silver Spring, 1994-present. …

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