MBC Promotes Jeremy Satterfield to Director of Community Outreach and Innovative Programs


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MBC Promotes Jeremy Satterfield to Director of Community Outreach and Innovative Programs

South Boston, VA., — January 11, 2016 – Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation (MBC) announced that Jeremy Satterfield, who has served as Business Development Manager since joining the MBC team in 2011, has been promoted to Director of Community Outreach and Innovative Programs.  Satterfield is a community relations veteran with more than 10 years of experience working in the education, healthcare and telecommunications industries.

“Jeremy has consistently promoted MBC’s efforts in Southern Virginia and has proven his abilities to develop and lead programs that have a positive impact on our region,” said Tad Deriso, President & CEO of MBC. “This new role will be instrumental in leveraging our partnerships with technology companies and corporate partners to fuel our economic and community revitalization work in Southern Virginia.”

“I am very excited to be part of the MBC team as we move forward with our major projects, which will have a significant impact for businesses and residents throughout Southern Virginia” said Satterfield.  “I plan to help with the implementation of existing projects, as well as presenting new opportunities in technology to the region, while continuing to build on the economic revitalization that MBC started twelve years ago.”

About Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation

Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities Corporation (MBC) is a non-profit 501(c)(4) organization, committed to bridging the digital divide, promoting economic development, reducing the burdens of government and reinvesting in communities. MBC accomplishes this by operating an advanced open access fiber optic network, providing wholesale telecommunications transport services, colocation and tower leasing. Since its inception in 2004 and by offering a state-of-the-art fiber optic network, MBC has supported the recruitment of major investments to southern Virginia including data centers, call center/operations centers, advanced manufacturing, research and development, and bio-tech industries. For more information, visit www.mbc-va.com.