President & CEO, Everstream
Brett Lindsey was named President and CEO of Everstream in 2014. In 2018, Brett facilitated the sale of Everstream to AMP Capital, a global investment manager headquartered in London. With this investment, Everstream has expanded its network into new markets, including Chicago, Columbus, Milwaukee and Indianapolis, and announced strategic acquisitions in Detroit, Indianapolis and St. Louis.
In 2016-2017, Brett more than tripled the size of the organization within less than 12 months with two Michigan-based acquisitions. Previously as Chief Operations Officer of OneCommunity, Brett oversaw the $100 million expansion of the network that became Everstream. Brett brings more than 25 years of experience in successful operations management and business development efforts for venture-backed organizations to the Fortune 500.
He has extensive experience in the telecom industry, having served as President of Elantic Telecom and Chief Operations Officer of Vox Mobile. Brett also held management positions with City Signal Communications, Qwest Communications, XO Communications and Williams Communication Systems.
Jennifer Fritzsche is currently a Senior Industry and Innovation Fellow at the Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University.
Ms. Fritzsche was formerly a Managing Director at Wells Fargo Securities focused on telecommunications services (wired and wireless), and cable, data center, and tower sectors. She had been in this role at Wells Fargo since 1995. She provides differentiated, relevant industry views, detailed financial and valuation models, deep market insight, and highly respected investment opinions to the money management community.
A frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and at industry conferences, Ms. Fritzsche has had a career in providing thought leadership, strategic vision, and business insight leading to significant business growth and shareholder value. She and her team have done much work on the topic of 5G and the infrastructure needed to support this service.