Broadband Multimedia Marketing Association (BMMA) Elects New 2022-2023 Board of Directors

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Industry-leading forum continues to attract leading telcos and broadband vendors at recent Annual Meeting held in Nashville, TN on March 15, 2022.

 

The Broadband Multimedia Marketing Association (BMMA), an international organization dedicated to bringing together broadband marketing professionals from the telco and vendor communities to share best practices, recently elected its Board of Directors for 2022-2023 at the BMMA 2022 Annual Meeting held in Nashville, TN on March 15, 2022.

The BMMA Board of Directors for 2022-2023 includes:

  • Co-chair: Allan Pieroni, Kinetic by Windstream
  • Co-chair: Kerry Youngren, MTA
  • Treasurer: Jarret Hesseling, TDS
  • Secretary: Conor Steadman, F-Secure
  • Director: Michael Cooper, Zyxel
  • Director: Liz Heimbrock, altafiber (previously Cincinnati Bell)
  • Director: Naylor Gray, Calix
  • Executive Director: Ellis D. Hill, ResearchFirst, Inc.

“I’m excited and honored to serve as co-chair this year. The knowledge share provided by BMMA is truly remarkable. Not only do we gain the benefit of valuable data and insights surrounding the industry, but we form meaningful connections with other members in this space,” said Allan Pieroni, newly elected co-chair for the BMMA Board and Sr. Marketing Consultant for Kinetic by Windstream.

“The benefits of being a BMMA member for MTA are undeniable, and something you don’t find at other industry organizations. This comes from the unique opportunity to share insights and best practices with peers and partners though collaborative sessions. With Alaska’s growing presence in the national broadband conversation about creating more connected communities and closing the digital divide, MTA is honored to be hosting broadband leaders from all over North America and Canada in our home state at BMMA’s fall conference this year,” added Kerry Youngren, newly elected BMMA Board of Directors co-chair and Consumer Markets Manager for MTA.

“The BMMA provides a unique opportunity in which operators can network with their peers and vendors, sharing their successes which often results in new ways in which they can better serve their customers. TDS Telecommunications has been able to leverage this feedback along with other essential information regarding current industry trends and research which has translated into real business decisions,” said Jarret Hesseling, re-elected BMMA Board member treasurer and Sr. Manager of Product Development for TDS.

“BMMA is unique amongst organizations and conferences. I believe this is one of the most valuable organizations that both service providers and industry partners can belong to because of the opportunities BMMA provides to have open, honest, and collaborative dialog with your peers in the industry. I have had the privilege to be a part of BMMA for the past several years and look forward to continuing to contribute as a Board member,” said Michael Cooper, re-elected BMMA Board member and Director of Sales, Canada for Zyxel.

“I am humbled and excited to be part of the BMMA. We have always viewed BMMA as a trusted leader for broadband marketers and I look forward to serving in this important role throughout 2022,” said Naylor Gray, newly elected BMMA Board member and AVP of Product Marketing, Revenue EDGE at Calix.

BMMA member companies:
Actiontec, altafiber (previously Cincinnati Bell), Blue Valley Technologies, Calix, DIRECTV, F-Secure, GVTC, Harrisonville Telephone Company (HTC), Hawaiian Telecom, Horry Telephone Cooperative (HTC, Inc.), Kinetic by Windstream, MTA (Matanuska Telephone Association), Netsweeper, SaskTel, Scout Alarm, Smithville, Synacor, Tbaytel, TDS Telecom, and Zyxel.

For more information, visit https://www.bmma.org/ or contact Ellis Hill, Executive Director at ellis@researchfirst.com.

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Broadband, telephone companies, telcos, service providers, broadband services, BMMA, broadband marketing, BMMA BoD, HSI, High-Speed Internet, IoT, Broadband vendor

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