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Thomas Dolislager has 18 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.
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:
- Vendor Sourcing (Turnkey Site Deployment, Build To Suit, Lease Services)
- Scopes of work and contract drafting
- Vendor selection
- Price and terms negotiation
- Complex Contract Negotiations
- Network Property Management and Compliance
- Lease Optimization
- Lease Origination (negotiation, legal review)
- Lease administration (landlord relations, AP/AR, data tools)
- FAA/FCC and environmental compliance
- Cell Tower Management and Revenue Enhancement
- Business Development
- Product development
- Sales strategy/key contacts
- Forging strategic partnerships
- Capital and Operating Expense Budget Management
- Financial Models
- Business case development
- Resource allocation
- Buy versus Rent
- Cost Reduction/Process Improvement Initiatives
- M&A network integration
Brian is the President of AllNet Labs, a technology consulting company focused on all areas of the 4G ecosystem. He has been involved in the business plans, design, deployment, optimization, and operation of wireless networks for more than 15 years. The networks have included both 3G and 4G networks in urban, suburban, and rural settings. He has a particular expertise in wireless spectrum, wireless technologies, and 4G enabling applications and services.
Dwight Southerland has over thirty years of history helping businesses be successful. Working as a consultant, project architect, manager and project administrator, Dwight has worked with local businesses, startup information-based ventures, communications businesses, state and local government offices, many varieties of financial businesses , transportation companies, agriculture businesses, manufacturing, retail and Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 companies. His formal education in math, philosophy and computer science has been the basis for developing a broad experiential base for making projects successful. Working with Selltower Services, Dwight brings a perspective, wisdom and leadership to every relationship that can add to the potential, the clarity of purpose and success to any enterprise.
Tona DeMers is an attorney and seasoned telecommunications executive. She began negotiating telecommunications leases in 1995. Since that time, Ms. DeMers has worked in the wireless industry on behalf of property owners, wireless carriers, and site acquisition firms.
Glenn S. Rabin has well over 30 years of experience in telecommunications matters before the FCC and served as Alltel’s senior attorney for wireless matters for fifteen years. In that capacity, he had responsibility for regulatory matters governing CMRS matters including licensing of base station facilities and microwave backhaul links. He has considerable experience in public safety matters, including interference mitigation with commercial facilities, priority communications, spectrum matters and relocation. He is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center.