Four NATE Directors re-elected as Cobb joins Board for the first time

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Pictured, clockwise, John Paul Jones, Bryan Lee, Jimmy Miller, Jessica Cobb, and Kevin Dougherty

Pictured, clockwise, John Paul Jones, Bryan Lee, Jimmy Miller, Jessica Cobb, and Kevin Dougherty

The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) today released the results of their 2020 Board of Directors election. The Association announced that Jimmy Miller, President of MillerCo, Inc. in Gulfport, Mississippi; John Paul Jones, President of Tower & Turbine Technologies LLC in Austin, Texas; Kevin Dougherty, President of Millennia Contracting, Inc in New Castle, Delaware; and Bryan Lee, President of Lee Antenna & Line Service Inc. in Springtown, Pennsylvania were re-elected and will retain their respective seats on the NATE Board of Directors.

NATE also announced that candidate Jessica Cobb, Chief Executive Officer at MDTS in Ortonville, Michigan was elected to serve as a new member of the Board of Directors. Cobb currently serves as a Board Member of the Michigan Wireless Association, as a member of the NATE Member Services Committee and is active in the Women of NATE (WON) program.

Also running for Board seats were incumbent Shama Ray, CEO of Above All Tower Climbing, LLC in Bonne Terre, Missouri; and candidates David Harrison, Sr. Project Manager of Aloft Wireless, Arden North Carolina; Russ Chittenden, CEO, Synergy Concepts, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri; and Annmarie Feiler, CEO, V&G Telecom LLC, las Vegas, Nevada.

The five candidates who were elected by their industry peers will officially begin their new two-year terms on February 16, 2020 at the NATE UNITE 2020 Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Additional directors of the organization include Randy Scott, Victor Drouin, Chris Mallon and Mike Young.

“I would like to congratulate Jimmy, John Paul, Kevin, Bryan and Jessica on their successful election and all nine of the candidates who threw their hat in the ring for what was a very competitive and close election,” stated NATE Chief Operating Officer Paula Nurnberg. “Looking ahead to 2020, the NATE Board of Directors will be governing during a very exciting and dynamic time in the industry that offers enormous potential to position the Association for future growth and influence,” added Nurnberg.

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