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Thomas Dolislager has 19 years of experience in the telecommunications industry including leadership roles in wireless, tower management, wireline, specialty vendor, and consulting companies. His executive experience spans 15 years in the network organization of a national wireless carrier and driving strategic initiatives at an international network lease specialization company. Thomas also provides technology insights and seminars to the investor community, owns a real estate investment company, and teaches Modern Political Economics at the University of Central Arkansas.

Throughout his career Thomas has been responsible for functional areas that include federal regulatory policy, economic policy, M&A network integration, capital management, network financial planning, property management, cell tower management, FAA/FCC compliance, lease administration, product development, business development, and strategic partnerships, and vendor sourcing.

Phone: 501.329.2114


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Thomas Dolislager resume May 2014


  • Asset Valuation
  • Vendor Sourcing (Turnkey Site Deployment, Build To Suit, Lease Services)
  • Cell Tower Management and Revenue Enhancement
  • Lease Origination and Optimization (negotiation, legal review)
  • Spectrum Licensing & Compliance
  • Lease administration (landlord relations, AP/AR, data tools)
  • FAA/FCC and environmental compliance
  • Product and Business Development
  • Strategic partnerships
  • Capital and Operating Expense Budgeting and Management
  • Financial Models
  • Cost Reduction/Process Improvement Initiatives 
  • M&A network integration

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