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VP at TruePosition joins E9-1-1 Institute

Trueposition : 26 January, 2009  (Company News)
TruePosition executive to lead team of professionals focussed on emergency communications in the USA
TruePosition has announced that Michael Amarosa, Senior Vice President of Public Affairs, has been elected Board Chairman of the E9-1-1 Institute Board of Directors. The organisation, which has more than 1,000 members nationwide, holds an annual election for representatives from public safety, industry, and non-profit representatives.

The E9-1-1 Institute is a not-for-profit organisation that provides administrative and policy support to the Congressional E9-1-1 conclave. Its purpose is to promote public education and awareness of E9-1-1 and emergency communications issues and serve the Congressional E9-1-1 conclave as a clearinghouse of information on E9-1-1 and emergency communications issues.

"It is an honour to serve as the Chairman for the Board of Directors and I look forward to another productive year for the E9-1-1 Institute," said Michael Amarosa. "By working together to enhance the public awareness and education of emergency communications in the US, we will ensure the continued success of E9-1-1 and the improvement of public safety overall."

Mr Amarosa joins the other continuing members of the E9-1-1 Institute Board of Directors: Gregory Rohde (E9-1-1 Institute Executive Director), Brian Fontes (NENA Representative), George Rice (APCO Representative), Richard Taylor (NASNA Representative) Mary Boyd and Janice Partyka (Vendor, Integrator, Software Representatives), Art Prest (Small Telecommunication Carrier Representative) and David Aylward (Non Profit Organisation Representative).

In addition, the E9-1-1 Institute membership elected the following six new individuals to the Board of Directors: Jim Bugel of AT&T, representing the large telecommunication carriers; Laura Carter, Vice President-Federal Government Affairs, Alltel, representing the wireless industry; Angel Arocho of Comcast, representing IP-Enabled providers; Brad Bernthal, JD, Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program, University of Colorado Law School, representing the academic position; Thera Bradshaw President of TKC Consulting Group representing the membership at large; Paul Fahey Government Affairs Director, PlantCML, representing the membership at large.

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