TDS promotes Joseph Hanley to SVP of technology, services and strategy

TDS (NYSE: TDS) has promoted Joseph Hanley as its new senior vice president, technology, services and strategy.

Hanley is a 24-year veteran of TDS, having joined the service provider in 1988. During his tenure he held positions in engineering, product management and development, customer operations, technology assessment, and strategy formulation.

In 2004, Hanley became the VP of technology, planning and services where he assumed oversight for technology vendor relations and contracts, industry relations and standards, technology and policy support for growth initiatives, and technology strategy.

Over the past eight years, he has widened his role to oversee strategic planning for TDS and its businesses U.S. Cellular and TDS Telecom in addition to planning and implementation of public policy and regulatory initiatives.

Separately, Hanley also serves as the chairman of TDS' Airadigm Communications wireless subsidiary and serves on the board of directors and executive committee of ATIS and is currently its treasurer.

For more:
- see the release

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