David Hoover Named NTCA Vice President of Legislative Affairs
For Immediate Release
Contact: Hillary Crowder, firstname.lastname@example.org, 703-351-2086
Arlington, Va. (June 30, 2014) – NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association, the premier national association representing nearly 900 independent, community-based telecommunications providers, announced today that David Hoover has been named vice president of legislative affairs and will oversee the association’s strategic government relations initiatives beginning July 7.
Prior to joining NTCA, Hoover served as director of government affairs for CTIA–The Wireless Association. He also served in leadership roles for the National Cable and Telecommunications Association, Legg Mason Precursor Group and a number of other research firms.
Hoover has nearly 20 years of experience working in Washington, conducting research and analyzing federal policies, as well as building relationships with members of Congress, federal agencies and public interest groups in support of advocacy efforts.
“David has a unique understanding of the financial and business model impacts of policymaking on telecommunications operators,” said Shirley Bloomfield, NTCA chief executive officer. “We are thrilled to welcome him into this new role.”
Hoover earned a Master of Arts in Telecommunications from Michigan State University’s College of Communications Arts & Sciences and a Bachelors of Science from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.
NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association is the premier association representing nearly 900 independent, community-based telecommunications companies that are leading innovation in rural and small-town America. NTCA advocates on behalf of its members in the legislative and regulatory arenas, and it provides training and development; publications and industry events; and an array of employee benefit programs. In an era of exploding technology, deregulation and marketplace competition, NTCA’s members are leading the IP evolution for rural consumers, delivering technologies that make rural communities vibrant places in which to live and do business. Because of their efforts, rural America is fertile ground for innovation in economic development and commerce, education, health care, government services, security and smart energy use. Visit us at www.ntca.org.