June 18, 2020  - June 18, 2020

Join the CBRS Alliance for a webinar for both members and non-members providing an overview of the benefits of OnGo technology, powered by the 3.5 GHz CBRS band, for educational institutions. The webinar will cover the key connectivity challenges that education organizations face and specific OnGo configurations that can combat them. The webinar will also give into an end-users point-of-view of the technology and use cases.

  • Date/Time: June 18, 2020 at 10:00-11:00 a.m. PT
  • Location: Webinar – Register here

Presenters include:

Alan Ewing, Executive Director, CBRS Alliance

Alan Ewing is the Executive Director of the CBRS Alliance, an industry consortium of more than 100 wireless and telecom organizations who believe that LTE-based solutions in the 3.5 GHz band, utilizing shared spectrum, can enable both in-building and outdoor coverage and capacity expansion at massive scale.

Ray Sabourin, Business Development Private Wireless Networks US Enterprise, Nokia

Ray is a Proven Business Developer and Sales leader within large Technology Corporation and start-ups. He has over 30 years of experience and relationship building within the wireless and high tech industries globally as well as other industries and local businesses across the US and Canada. Ray also has sales experiences in the Webscale, Energy, Manufacturing, Healthcare and Public Sector verticals as well a Wireless Service Providers. His specialties include Sales & Marketing: Business Development, Value based selling, Negotiations, Internal marketing, Account Planning, Business Planning, Strategic Planning, Customer Presentations, Investor Presentations, Seminars and Portfolio Development & Management.

Melissa Ashurst, VP of Healthcare and Higher Education, JMA Wireless

Melissa leads JMA’s business and strategy for Education and Healthcare throughout the United States. Prior to JMA, spent 10 years in the wireless industry with leadership positions at a national system integrator for Distributed Antenna Systems as well as AT&T in the Antenna Solutions Group where she was Southeast Area Manager, Contracts and Business Development, managing multi-million dollar capital budgets. In these roles, she has been a part of some of the most complex DAS projects serving the needs of college campuses, stadiums and large public venues and brings a unique understanding of the Carrier perspective as well as the complexities of successful deployments. Melissa resides in the Metro Atlanta area where she sits on the Board of Directors for the Children’s Center for Hope and Healing.

Mark Reynolds, Associate Director IT, University of New Mexico

Mark Reynolds, Associate Director, University of New Mexico IT department, is involved in the engineering, design, installation and implementation of many voice, data, Cellular security and video deployments, inside and outside plant infrastructure.  Mark has been in Higher Education for 35 years with experience in Telecommunications since 1973 with 45 years in voice, data, security, facilities, RF and Management. Before joining the University of New Mexico in 2003, Mark served as the operations manager for the voice, video, security system and data networking engineering and design at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, New Mexico for 20 years.  Mark has over 45 years’ total experience in the telecommunications space with 37 of these years in Higher Education.