The Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA) announced the election of Dagan Kasavana, CEO of Phoenix Tower International, to the organization’s Board of Directors.
“We are thrilled by the addition of Dagan to our Board of Directors,” said WIA President and CEO Jonathan Adelstein. “Our exceptional, forward-thinking Board has kept WIA a first-class organization that successfully represents industry priorities in Washington and in state capitals across the country. Dagan brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise and will be welcomed additions to WIA leadership. We are eager to work with him as we look towards an exciting future of accelerating 5G deployment and increasing connectivity in all communities.”
“I am honored to join WIA’s Board of Directors to support the important work of the organization. WIA is incredibly effective in promoting industry priorities, such as the responsible, efficient expansion of wireless infrastructure and network advancements,” said Kasavana. “Our industry is critical to providing the broadband access and connectivity Americans need to thrive in a modern economy, and I look forward to working with my fellow Board members to build on WIA’s success.”
The Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA) represents the businesses that build, develop, own, and operate the nation’s wireless infrastructure. WIA advocates for the widespread, responsible deployment of wireless infrastructure to enable mobile broadband for communities everywhere.
About Phoenix Tower International
Phoenix Tower International (“Phoenix”) owns and operates over 13,500 towers, 986 km of fiber, and over 80,000 other wireless infrastructure and related sites in 18 countries throughout Europe, the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Phoenix was founded in 2013 with a mission to be a premier site provider to wireless operators across the Americas in high-growth markets. Phoenix’s investors include funds managed by Blackstone Tactical Opportunities and John Hancock, as well as various members of the management team.