MBC Announces the Promotion of David J. Keller to Chief Revenue Officer
April 26, 2021 (South Boston, Virginia). Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation (MBC) today announced the promotion of David J. Keller to Chief Revenue Officer. With over 34 years of strategic sales and business development experience in the telecommunications industry, Mr. Keller will continue to align both internal and external resources to advance MBC’s revenue goals.
As Chief Revenue Officer, Dave will continue to oversee MBC’s sales activities and lead efforts to continue building industry-leading partnerships and enhance the ability of our customers to expand their retail telecommunication service offerings throughout Virginia.
“MBC has experienced an unprecedented period of growth in the last few years, thanks in no small measure to Dave’s leadership on the sales front,” said Tad Deriso, CEO of MBC. “His unwavering focus on delivering value to solve our customers’ complex fiber network and transport requirements makes him the natural choice to lead our strategic growth plans as we expand our advanced open-access wholesale fiber network in Virginia.”
Dave Keller joined MBC in October 2015 as the Vice President of Sales and Business Development. Since that time, Mr. Keller has been instrumental in enhancing MBC’s internal sales processes as well as negotiating strategic long-term Master Service Agreements and carrier interconnection opportunities with some of the largest telecommunications and technology companies that do business in Virginia.
Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation (MBC) is committed to providing economic development leadership to Southern Virginia by operating a 1,900-route mile open-access fiber optic network. MBC provides wholesale telecommunications transport, dark fiber and colocation services to carriers and content providers. With presence in major internet peering exchange points in Ashburn, Richmond, and Atlanta, MBC reduces the cost of Internet access for wholesale customers and reduces the time and cost to reach customers in rural Virginia markets. MBC’s advanced fiber optic network supports job creation as a critical element in the recruitment of major commercial investments across several sectors, including data centers, call center/operations centers, advanced manufacturing, research and development, and logistics and distribution. For more information, please visit www.mbc-va.com.