Eric studied Civil Engineering at the University of Colorado and has specialized in the wireless telecommunication industry for 25 years. His background not only encompasses architectural preparation and management, but also the coordination of consulting services including budgeting, estimating and scheduling. Camp+ Associates currently serves clients in 12 states and will expand its services as we grow.
Jeanette started her wireless career in 1996 (working for AT&T). She’s had the honor and privilege to work for two carriers, a tower company, a site development/staffing firm and an A&E/construction company. Her background is unique and comprises of experience in National Site Development, Collocation, Real Estate Management, Account Management, Site Acquisition & Land Use, and Marketing and Business Development in Site Development Services and Staffing. With a passion for connecting people in the wireless industry, Jeanette started Hinge, LLC (a wireless staffing firm) in 2015. Jeanette was born in Albuquerque, NM but spent most of her childhood living in CA, TX and San Juan, PR. She graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Sociology and continues to reside in WA. She loves spending time with friends and family and has a great devotion to running/fitness and nutrition.
Marvin Webster is President of Environmental Corporation of America, an environmental, geotechnical, cultural resources, and NEPA/NHPA regulatory consulting firm. Marvin is a recognized industry expert in environmental and NEPA/National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) evaluation for wireless communications facilities. Marvin holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Environmental Science and Policy he earned from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. Marvin’s experience includes Principal review of thousands of environmental and NEPA projects. He has assisted clients in navigating just about every conceivable issue including contamination, historic property viewshed issues, archaeological sites, tribal consultation, and wetland, floodplain, and protected species impacts and permitting.
Kathy Putt joined Crown Castle as Government Affairs Manager in January, 2019. Kathy is responsible for the development and execution of strategic initiatives to facilitate rapid deployment of wireless communications infrastructure throughout the Pacific Northwest. Kathy’s career includes experience working political campaigns, policy analysis and utility franchise negotiations for King County and government affairs for Comcast Cable. While somewhat new to the wireless industry, Kathy is enjoying learning new issues and is excited to help launch the next generation of wireless technology with 5G.
Kathy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Washington and is a graduate of the Public Affairs Institute. She has served in a leadership capacity on CASE (political arm of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce), the Eastside Business Alliance, the East King County Chambers of Commerce Legislative Coalition, the Bellevue Public Affairs Committee and the Business Alliance of Snohomish County. Kathy has also served on the Boards of the Seattle, Bellevue and Everett Chambers of Commerce and enjoys working collaboratively with other businesses to achieve a common objective.
Louis has been a leader in the telecommunication industry since the early ’90s, managing regional and national network deployments and operations for AT&T, Clearwire, T-Mobile and Sprint. He is also a successful entrepreneur, property developer and building technologies expert. He studied construction management at the University of Washington and has a lean six sigma blackbelt. Louis spent a few years working domestically and internationally building out data acquisition networks to support the financing and development of utility scale wind and solar farms and now leads the national in-building wireless solutions business for McKinstry Co., a large technology contractor with offices across the country.