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Broadband Expansion Council Members

  • Mark Argenbright, Director, Public Utility Division & Consumer Services, Oklahoma Corporation Commission - Oklahoma City
    Government official with expertise in administration of the Universal Service Fund, but who is not an elected member of the Commission
  • Darlene Brugnoli, Vice President Governmental Affairs, Verizon
    Representative of a wireless telecommunications provider not affiliated with an incumbent local exchange carrier in Oklahoma
  • Jason Constable, Director, Regulatory Affairs, AT&T Corp. - Oklahoma City
    Representative of a wireless telecommunications provider with operations in Oklahoma and 24 other states
  • Sachin Gupta, Director of Government Business and Economic Development, Centranet, LLC - Stillwater
    Rural electric cooperative representative
  • Mike Hilliary, Chief Administrative Officer, Hilliary Communications - Lawton
  • Ernie Martens, Mayor, City of Sallisaw - Sallisaw
    Current or former mayor of municipality of population of less than 35,000 and not a part of the OKC or Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Area
  • Stacie Pace, Associate Director, Canopy Healthtech - Owasso
    Rural healthcare representative
  • Mike Sanders, Executive Director - Kingfisher
    Oklahoma Broadband Office
  • Josh Snow, President, Trace Fiber Networks, LLC
    Oklahoma resident and tribal leader
  • Robbie Squires, Director of Government & Regulatory Affairs, Cox Oklahoma Telecom, LLC
    Private-sector technology professional with expertise in broadband
  • Billy Frank Staggs, President, Chickasaw Holding Company - Sulphur
    Member representing the interests of rural internet service providers
  • Daniel Webster, CEO, Northeast Oklahoma Electric Cooperative - Vinita
    Represents interests of rural business enterprises
  • Jerry Whisenhunt, General Manager, Pine Telephone Company, Inc. - Broken Bow
    Citizen from community with less than 50,000 that is not part of OKC or Tulsa Metropolitan statistical areas
  • Dr. Brian Whitacre, Professor of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University - Dept. of Ag. Economics - Stillwater
    Professional with academic expertise in large scale info technology infrastructure with emphasis on rural broadband access
Last Modified on May 15, 2023
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