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Fiber Broadband Association Appoints Craig Stein to its Board of Directors

Washington, D.C. (November 17, 2020) — The Fiber Broadband Association (FBA) today announced that Craig Stein of ADTRAN has been appointed to the Board of Directors effective immediately to fulfill the remaining term of a vacant seat. 

Stein currently serves as Vice President of Americas and Head of Global Business Development for ADTRAN — a premier member of the Fiber Broadband Association — and has over 25 years of experience in the telecommunications field. Prior to joining ADTRAN, Stein held Vice President positions at Ericsson and Nortel, primarily focusing on managing relationships with wireless and wireline service providers. In addition, Stein has served as a board member on several other industry associations.

“I am pleased to welcome Craig Stein to the Board of Directors at the Fiber Broadband Association,” said Gary Bolton, President and CEO of FBA. “At ADTRAN, Craig is responsible for all of the Americas and brings experience which will greatly benefit both the Fiber Broadband Association as well as our LATAM Chapter. Craig is well-known throughout the industry and will be an outstanding addition to our board. I look forward to working together with him and the rest of the Association to accelerate deployment of fiber broadband and create a better-connected future.”




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