TVC Appoints Senior Director of Marketing and Product Management, a Newly Created Role that Supports the Company’s Next Phase of Growth
Congratulations to Tech Valley Communications (TVC), a facilities based telecommunications service provider operating networks in New York and Northern New England. The company today announced the appointment of Maura Mahoney as Senior Director of Marketing and Product Management effective immediately. Ms. Mahoney is a top-notch industry professional, having more than 20 years of experience in marketing and product development leadership within the communications industry. As such, Ms. Mahoney is ideally suited to drive the marketing and product development initiatives on behalf of the Company and to further enhance TVC’s brand awareness.
Kevin O’Connor, Tech Valley Communications’ President and Chief Executive Officer stated, “Maura’s experience and in depth knowledge of the industry will allow us to fully realize the Company’s growth potential by executing on all aspects of Marketing throughout our expanding footprint in the Northeast.”
Prior to joining Tech Valley Communications, Ms. Mahoney led the marketing efforts for Conterra Broadband Services. Prior to this, Ms. Mahoney served as Vice President of Marketing, Business Development and Systems Engineering for Sidera Networks (and its various predecessors) from 2001 to 2012. In 2011, Ms. Mahoney was recognized by Fierce Telecom as one of the top female leaders in the telecom industry in its annual “Women in Wireline” feature.
“Joining the Tech Valley Communications team during this phase of aggressive growth and expansion is very exciting,” commented Ms. Mahoney. “I look forward to working with this talented team enhancing the high quality suite of fiber-based services that the Company offers and to tailor solutions that support our customers’ business objectives. I also look forward to building on TVC’s strong reputation as the provider of choice for business and wholesale customers requiring service throughout the New York and New England regions.”