Timothy M. Donahue

Chairman of the Board

Mr. Donahue served as the Chief Executive Officer of Nextel Communications Inc., a nationwide wireless telecommunications company, from 1999 until 2005, when Nextel was merged with Sprint Corporation to form Sprint Nextel Corporation. Thereafter, and until 2006, Mr. Donahue was the Executive Chairman of Sprint Nextel and the Chairman of the Sprint Nextel Corporation. From 1996 until his appointment as Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Donahue served as the President and Chief Operating Officer of Nextel. During his tenure at Nextel, Nextel experienced significant improvements in financial performance, including significant growth in revenues and EBITDA. Over that same period, the market capitalization of the company increased from approximately $16 billion to approximately $40 billion. Mr. Donahue started his telecommunications career with McCaw Cellular in 1986 as president of its paging division. Mr. Donahue is currently a member of the board of directors of Ligado Networks (wireless network), and AURA Network Systems (communications), and former member of the board of directors of NVR Inc. (home builder). Mr. Donahue is a former director of ADT Corporation (home security); Covidien plc (medical devices); Eastman Kodak Company (imaging); Nextel Partners Inc. (telecommunications); and Tyco International Ltd. (diversified). Mr. Donahue also served on the board of John Carroll University and is the former chairman of the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association. In 2004, Institutional Investor Magazine honored Mr. Donahue as the best chief executive officer in the telecommunications services and wireless sector based on ratings by investors and brokerage firm analysts. Mr. Donahue received his BA in English Literature from John Carroll University.

Cheemin Bo-Linn


Dr. Bo-Linn is the Chief Executive Officer of Peritus Partners Inc., a global analytics and valuation accelerator company which provides strategy and operations expertise in information technology, cybersecurity resolution, financial structures, and digital marketing for various companies and has held this position since January 2013. From September 2010 to November 2012, Dr. Bo-Linn was Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Revenue Officer at NetLine Corporation, an internet digital content syndication network and mobile applications company. Prior to NetLine Corporation, Dr. Bo-Linn held a number of senior executive roles including at IBM as Vice-President, and other roles with responsibilities ranging from strategy to finance, investments, digital transformation, and marketing and sales, across storage, cloud software, consumer products, and consulting services. Dr. Bo-Linn presently serves as Lead Independent Board of Director of Blackline Safety Corp., a public company and global SaaS leader in IoT connected worker technologies and gas detection. Dr. Bo-Linn was previously elected as board of director of multiple private and midcap public companies in e-commerce retail, manufacturing and distribution, telecommunications, SaaS software, and marketing, including serving as the Audit Chair on two public company’s board of directors. Dr. Bo-Linn holds a Doctorate of Education in “Computer-based Management Information Systems and Organizational Change” from the University of Houston.

H. Paulett Eberhart


Ms. Eberhart currently serves as chair and chief executive officer of HMS Ventures, a privately-held business involved with technology services and the acquisition and management of real estate. From 2011 through 2014, she served as president and chief executive officer of CDI Corp. (“CDI”), a provider of engineering and information technology outsourcing and professional staffing services that was then a public company. Ms. Eberhart also served as chair and chief executive officer of HMS Ventures from January 2009 until January 2011. In addition, she served as president and chief executive officer of Invensys Process Systems, Inc. (“Invensys”), a process automation company, from January 2007 to January 2009. From 1978 to 2004, she was an employee of Electronic Data Systems Corporation (“EDS”), an information technology and business process outsourcing company that the Hewlett-Packard Company subsequently acquired, and held roles of increasing responsibility over time, including senior-level financial and operating roles at the company, including as president of Americas of EDS from 2003 until March 2004 and senior vice president of EDS and president of Solutions Consulting from 2002 to 2003. She is a Certified Public Accountant and received her B.S. from Bowling Green State University.

Ms. Eberhart’s pertinent qualifications include her wealth of managerial and executive experience, gained through her leadership as the chief executive officer of CDI, formerly an NYSE-listed public company, and Invensys, as well as her numerous years of service as an executive officer of EDS, including president of Americas; financial and accounting expertise gained through various other operating and financial positions during her 26 years at EDS; strong knowledge of the intersection of technology, data, and finance industries; and knowledge and experience gained through her service on the boards of other public companies, including risk oversight experience in chairing the governance and risk committee of the board of directors of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation.

Andrew Frey


Mr. Frey is a partner at Searchlight Capital Partners, a global private equity firm. Prior to joining Searchlight Capital Partners in 2011, Mr. Frey was a managing principal at Quadrangle Group where he primarily focused on telecommunications and technology investments. Mr. Frey serves on the board of directors of each of Mitel Networks Corporation, Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc., and Ziply Fiber, LLC. Mr. Frey received a B.S. in finance and B.A.S. in systems engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Frey serves on the Compensation Committee of the Board'.

David Fuller


Mr. Fuller is currently an Operating Partner at Searchlight Capital Partners and previously served as a Senior Advisor to the Technology, Media and Telecom practice at Boston Consulting Group, a global management consulting firm. From March 2021 to January 2022, Mr. Fuller was the President of Rogers Wireless at Rogers Communications Inc., a Canadian communications and media company. Previous to this, from 2014 to January 2019, Mr. Fuller was Executive Vice President of TELUS Corporation (“TELUS”), a Canadian telecommunications company, where he held the role of President, TELUS Consumer and Small Business Solutions. He also served as the Chief Marketing Officer of TELUS from 2009 to 2014 and the Senior Vice President, Business Solutions Marketing from 2004 to 2009. Prior to joining TELUS, Mr. Fuller spent almost 15 years in the management consulting industry with a number of firms, culminating in the country managing partner role at KPMG Consulting. Mr. Fuller is a corporate director of Great-West Lifeco and Canada Life. He also serves as a director on the boards of directors of Consolidated Communications Holdings, Ziply Fiber LLC, and Mitel Networks Corporation. Mr. Fuller is a professional engineer and holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering from Queen’s University. Mr. Fuller serves on the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of the Board.

James Geisler


James Geisler has been an independent consultant since May 2021. From 2014 through May 2021, Mr. Geisler was a Senior Operating Partner of Cerberus Operations & Advisory Company, where he led due diligence matters and operational initiatives. Mr. Geisler is on the board of directors of SubCom, LLC, Navistar Defense, LLC and National Dentex Labs. Mr. Geisler has previously been a member of the board of directors of DynCorp International, Remington Arms, PaxVax, Keane Group and Your Community Bank.

Jay Grossman


Mr. Grossman is the Chair of ABRY Partners, LLC (“ABRY”), a private equity fund, which he joined in 1996. Prior to joining ABRY, Mr. Grossman was Managing Director and co-head of the Media and Entertainment Group at Prudential Securities, Inc., and a member of the corporate finance department of Kidder, Peabody & Company. Mr. Grossman is currently a director of Nexstar Media Group, Inc. (“Nexstar”), where he has served since 1997, and was its Vice President and Assistant Secretary from 1997 until March 2002. He has been Chair of Nexstar’s Compensation Committee since September 2022. Mr. Grossman also serves as a director (or the equivalent) of several private companies including Hometown Cable, Grande Communications Networks and RCN Telecom Services. Previously, Mr. Grossman served on the board of directors of a wide variety of companies including Atlantic Broadband, Q9 Networks, Sidera Networks, WideOpenWest Holdings, Consolidated Theaters, Country Road Communications, Monitronics International, Caprock Communications, Cyrus One Networks, Executive Health Resources and Hosted Solutions. Mr. Grossman received an MBA from Harvard Business School and is an honors graduate of Dickinson College. 

Robert P. MacInnis


Mr. MacInnis has worked at ABRY Partners since December 1998 where he is currently a Partner. Mr. MacInnis also currently serves on the board of directors of Aegis Sciences Corp. and Automated Healthcare Solutions. In the past, Mr. MacInnis has served on the board of Consolidated Theatres, RCN Cable, Sidera Networks, Network Communications, Inc., XAnd, Datapipe, North American Dental Group, Muzak LLC, Proquest, Psychological Services, Inc., and several others. Prior to working at ABRY Partners, Mr. MacInnis was a senior manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP from June 1991 through May 1997. Mr. MacInnis graduated summa cum laude from Merrimack College with a B.S. in business and received an M.B.A. summa cum laude from Boston University.

Michael K. Palmer


Mr. Palmer is a Managing Director at Cerberus within Cerberus’ private equity platform, which invests in global companies across various industries and geographies. In this role, Mr. Palmer helps support Cerberus’ private equity investments in healthcare, telecommunications and technology companies. Mr. Palmer has assisted in the identification of opportunities to collaborate with innovative managers and invest in sectors undergoing transformation. Mr. Palmer has also contributed to the development of Cerberus’ investing practice in emerging markets and he currently serves on Cerberus’ Emerging Markets Investment Committee. Mr. Palmer is also on the board of directors of Stratolaunch, an American aerospace company that develops and operates technologies to fulfill national priorities; and AURA Network Systems, a company focused on developing a dedicated nationwide air-to-ground wireless communications network. Mr. Palmer previously served on the board of directors of Steward Health Care (an accountable care organization), Covis Pharma (a specialty pharmaceuticals company), PaxVax Global (a global specialty vaccines business), and Print Media Holdings (a division of YP Holdings, which was an advertising solutions platform that Cerberus carved out of AT&T). Mr. Palmer is a graduate of Duke University.