CARMEL, INDIANA – MARCH 9, 2019– Telamon Corporation, a leading telecommunications services provider to Enterprise businesses and Service Providers, today announced that four of its female employees in the Telecom division of the business were showcased by Wireless Infrastructure Association’s (“WIA”) Celebration of Women in the Wireless Industry feature.  Carrie Rebholz, an Engineering Manager, Nancy S. Brookes-Davenport, a Sr. Manager of Site Development, Lucia Renteria, a General Manager in the Wireless Division of Telamon, and Annie Schneider, a Director of Sales were all chosen to answer industry specific questions with relation to women in the ever-changing wireless industry.

Randall P. Muench, President of the Telecom Division, applauds his team saying, “Telamon competes on quality service to our clients and these 4 awardees help lead our team in delivering [for our clients].  From receiving over 100% on quality scorecards from our largest clients to delivering new levels of NTPs [Notice To Proceed] at ever shortening SLAs [Service Level Agreement] in 5G, these women are the personification of Telamon’s focus on our client’s requirements.“

WIA celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8 with this feature, focusing on Women who are driving the wireless world forward.

Telamon’s CEO, Stan Chen adds to Randy’s comments saying, “As a qualified MBE [Minority Business Enterprise], an explicit part of our value proposition is championing diversity.  We’re thrilled to have exemplary female leaders such as Carrie, Nancy, Lucia, and Annie, and our clients clearly benefit from the talent and experience they bring to the table.  This recognition of our team by the WIA demonstrates how Telamon stays relevant in an industry that is constantly changing.”

You can find the full article by WIA at https://wia.org/blog/a-celebration-of-women-in-the-wireless-infrastructure-industry/.  We are so proud to celebrate Women in Wireless and to be chosen by the WIA to represent!

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ABOUT TELAMON CORPORATION
Telamon Corporation’s goal is to simplify business. Telamon specializes in solutions for telecommunication networks and industrial assembly. Based in Carmel, Indiana, Telamon operates in twenty locations worldwide. Telamon, the Greek word for “support”, is uniquely positioned as a minority owned company. Telamon continuously exceeds customer expectations and standards and has been recognized globally through numerous awards and certifications. For more information, please visit Telamon’s website at www.telamon.com.

ABOUT WIA
The Wireless Infrastructure Association represents the companies that make up the wireless infrastructure ecosystem in the United States. Members include wireless carriers, infrastructure providers, and professional services firms that collectively own and operate more than 135,000 telecommunications facilities around the globe. Through public affairs and advocacy efforts – on the local, state and federal level – WIA works to support the widespread deployment of the wireless infrastructure in order to deliver broadband access to all citizens and communities.  The mission of the WIA is to help our members succeed in enabling wireless communications.