NG911 Institute Board Members

Joe Marx, assistant vice president-federal regulatory for AT&T, Inc., and Rebecca Murphy Thompson, executive vice president and general counsel of the Competitive Carriers Association, have been elected chair and vice chair, respectively, of the Next Generation 911 Institute board of directors.

Newly elected members include  D. Jeremy DeMar, public safety emergency communications supervisor for the Rochester (N.Y.) Emergency Communications Department, and Curtis Sutton, executive director of the Tennessee Emergency Communications Board, for the member-at-large (public safety) category; Brian McNealy, vice president-sales for Comtech Telecommunications, and April Heinze, industry affairs specialist for INdigital, for the vendor (public safety) category; and Neil Horden, chief consultant for Federal Engineering, Inc., for the member-at-large (general) category.

Courtesy TRDaily