Five Telecommunications and Technology Executives You Need in Your Rolodex

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Five Telecommunications and Technology Executives You Need in Your Rolodex


W. NEIL BAUER

PRESIDENT AND CEO, ORION NETWORK SYSTEMS, ROCKVILLE

RESUME: Director of operation analysis, GE Communications and Services, 1986; vice president for finance and chief financial officer, GE American Communications, 1987-88; vice president for commercial services, GE, 1988-89; senior vice president and general manager, GE, 1989-93; president and chief operating officer, Orion Network Systems, 1993; president and chief executive officer, 1993-present.

MEMBER: Trustee, Capitol College, Laurel.

GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Growing an entrepreneurial company into an operating business and becoming its CEO as a public company.

ON THE RECORD: "The globalization of business and its need for information is driving the demand for international communications, and satellites will provide the instant infrastructure to meet this demand."

YOU CAN REACH ME AT: 301/258-3203

W. SCOTT SCHELLE

CEO, AMERICAN PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS, BETHESDA

RESUME: Assistant vice president and unit manager, First National Bank of Maryland, 1983-89; vice president, Schelle Cellular Group, 1989-91; executive vice president, American Personal Communications, 1991-95; chief executive officer, APC, 1995-present.

MEMBER: Board of directors, Cellular Telephone Industry Association.

GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT: Launching Sprint Spectrum, the nation's first personal communications system (PCS) service and the world's fastest-growing wireless company.

ON THE RECORD: "Wireless communications will play a significantly increasing role in all of our lives. PCS will make wireless communications more accessible, easier to use and more affordable."

YOU CAN REACH ME AT: 301/214-9200 (phone); http://sprintspectrum-apc.com (Internet)

TIMOTHY F. PRICE

PRESIDENT AND CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, MCI COMMUNICATIONS CORP., WASHINGTON

RESUME: Senior vice president, sales and marketing, MCI Consumer Markets, 1990-92; president, MCI Business Services, 1992-93; president, MCI Business Markets, 1993-94; executive vice president and group president, MCI Communications Services, 1994-5; president and chief operating officer, MCI Telecommunications, 1995-96; president and chief operating officer, MCI Communications, 1996-present.

MEMBER: Board of directors, Concert, MCI's joint venture with British Telecom; board of directors, MCI Systemhouse; trustee, Severn School Board. …

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