Program & Agenda
Our Advisory Board is comprised of industry leaders from the investment community as well as the infrastructure and asset owner sector.
Greenhill & Company
Jennifer is Managing Director at Greenhill & Company. She focuses on the North American Communications Services & Infrastructure spaces. Prior to this role, Jennifer was as Managing Director and Senior Equity Analyst at Wells Fargo Securities for 25 years where she focused on the Telecommunication Services, Cable, Data Center and Tower sectors. During her tenure at Wells Fargo, Jennifer received numerous awards including top rankings from Institutional Investor in the Communications Infrastructure space for each of the last four years (2017 – 2020).
Senior Telecom Analyst
Davis is US Senior Telecom Analyst focused on the high yield Technology, Media and Telecom industry, with CreditSights, Inc., the independent voice of credit markets. Prior to CreditSights, Hebert served as Director, Senior High Yield Research Analyst for Wells Fargo, specializing in media, cable and telecom research for over 13 years. Among his many recognitions, Hebert was the number one-ranked high yield analyst in Broadcasting & Publishing, number two-ranked analyst in Telecom Services and number three-ranked analyst in Cable & Satellite in the 2018 Institutional Investor All-America Fixed Income Research Team survey; and is NASD Series 7 and 63 registered.
Founder, Whitworth Analytics
Former Policy Advisor, CTIA-The Wireless Association
Ms. Brandon the Founder of Whitworth Analytics LLC., a strategic consulting firm to provide decision support and strategic policy counsel to companies in the high tech, broadband, and wireless sectors. She also is a senior industry and innovation fellow at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy where she focuses on competition and regulatory policy as applied to networked industries and emerging markets.
Prior to forming Whitworth Analytics, Brandon served as vice president, policy for CTIA-The Wireless Association where she worked for five years with CTIA’s more than 200 members to develop strategic, national public policies for the U.S. commercial wireless industry. Brandon focused on policy matters impacting industry structure, competition, innovation, and technology development.
Before joining CTIA in 2004, Brandon was a partner in the Washington, D.C. boutique law firm Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP where for 12 years she represented wireless telecommunications providers in proceedings and transactions before the Federal Communications Commission, state public utility commissions, U.S. bankruptcy courts, and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.