LANSING, Mich., Jan. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Telecommunications Association of Michigan (TAM), the state's most effective trade association serving the telecommunications, broadband and networking industries, today announced that Jennifer Greenburg has been promoted to vice president.
"We are happy to announce Jennifer's promotion to vice president," said Scott Stevenson, TAM's president. "Jennifer has been representing the interests of Michigan's broadband industry for 20 years and her knowledge of the telecom policy is unparalleled. She has also been instrumental in building TAM into a full-service association offering a wide range of services to its membership. As anyone who has worked with Jennifer knows, she has a unique ability to present complex, technical information in a way that is understandable to everyone."
Greenburg joined TAM in 1998 as government policy director after working in a variety of positions in the Michigan House of Representatives and State Senate. In her new role, Jennifer will focus on strategic outreach initiatives while continuing to advocate for broadband companies at the state and federal levels.
About the Telecommunications Association of Michigan
The Telecommunications Association of Michigan was established in 1935. Its membership includes dozens of broadband, data and video providers along with more than 100 firms who work with our telecom company members, providing equipment, construction services and consulting expertise.
Throughout its history, the Telecommunications Association of Michigan has actively supported and promoted the state's telecom industry. As the industry continues to evolve, it plays an increasingly important role in Michigan's economy. The Telecommunications Association of Michigan has embraced the change and provides its membership with services that help them thrive.
SOURCE Telecommunications Association of Michigan