MD7 Advances Three Long-Serving Leaders to Vice President
Digital Infrastructure Consultancy Names Three as Vice Presidents to Facilitate Rapid Growth
Allen, Texas – July 8, 2022 – To accommodate rapid growth in its quest to build a more connected world, MD7 is promoting three of its long-serving leaders to vice president. Catherine Abejar is the new vice president of land use and processing, and Chris Rios is now the vice president of development services. To facilitate the company’s latest business, managing electric vehicle charging station agreements, Courtney Davis, Esq., is vice president of small cells and EV.
“With wireless connectivity on such a rapid growth curve, we are fortunate to have experienced and talented leaders to accept the increased responsibilities of vice presidents,” MD7 Founder and CEO Michael Gianni said. “Catherine, Courtney, and Chris have decades of wireless industry experience combined, and each of them has been with us for at least nine years. We offer our team members a career home with advancement and personal growth opportunities.”
VP of Land Use and Processing Catherine Abejar joined MD7 in 2006 as a lease negotiator and has since served in various roles, including lease processor, team lead, project manager, and program manager. Abejar holds B.A. in social sciences from California State University San Marcos and is a certified paralegal.
VP of Small Cells and EV Courtney Davis joined MD7 in 2009 as a lease auditor and was quickly promoted to a supervisory role, where she served as project manager, program manager, and director. Davis is admitted to practice law in Arkansas, holds a J.D. from Florida State University, and an M.B.A. from the University of Maryland, Global Campus.
VP of Development Services Chris Rios joined MD7 in 2013 as a project manager and has also served as program manager, and director of development. Rios holds a B.A. in sports management from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
“It is an exciting time to be in the digital infrastructure space as the advent of 5G and electric vehicles usher in a connected world,” MD7 Chief Strategy Officer Tom Leddo said. “MD7 is well-positioned to develop and manage the underlying network infrastructure that will revolutionize how we live, and these three team members are a key to our growth.”
Founded in 2003, MD7 has deep roots in digital infrastructure and mobile networks and has grown to provide comprehensive expertise to operators worldwide. MD7 understands mobile infrastructure is a valuable asset requiring disciplined management and investment in a rapidly advancing landscape. As the only dedicated global digital infrastructure consultancy, we believe in extreme partnership and a personalized approach to every opportunity. Our team members, working in the service of operators, are driven by integrity, mutual respect, and commitment to delivering for our partners. For more information, visit www.MD7.com.
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