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Green named to INCOMPAS Board of Directors

Fatbeam, a Coeur d’Alene-headquartered provider of fiber-based network solutions to educational institutions, health care organizations and private enterprises in the western U.S., announced that its CEO, Greg Green, has been selected to serve on the INCOMPAS Board of Directors.

“I am extremely thrilled to be selected to serve on the INCOMPAS Board of Directors,” Green said. “The emphasis INCOMPAS places on promoting competition and economic growth is directly in line with both my values and the values of the company I lead. I look forward to leveraging my experience within the telecommunications sector to help INCOMPAS deliver on its commitment to advocate to the federal government on policies to promote greater broadband and fiber investment.”

INCOMPAS represents large and small internet, streaming, communications and technology companies by advocating for laws and policies to promote innovation and economic development. The organization views its members as critical stakeholders in improving quality of life through new services and greater choice for consumers and businesses. Through twice-annual trade shows, networking opportunities, education and policy advocacy, INCOMPAS is directly involved in shaping the future of the telecommunications industry in the United States.

Similarly, Fatbeam works to promote increased competition and economic development in the markets it serves. To learn more about Fatbeam, visit the company’s website at www.fatbeam.com.

Cranney joins Windermere

Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty announced the addition of sales associate Terri Cranney to its Post Falls office.

Prior to becoming a mother, Cranney worked in media advertising and graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in Communications. Her favorite part of sales is meeting new people, and helping them achieve their goals.

Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty, with offices in Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Hayden and Liberty Lake, specializes in residential, new construction, commercial real estate and relocation.

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