Building on years of experience in telecommunications leadership roles, Mark McHale was recently hired as the vice president of public affairs and community relations at Ritter Communications.
McHale is responsible for developing and maintaining strong, productive relationships with federal, state and local leaders in markets served by Ritter Communications.
Ritter Communications recently invested millions to build fiber networks across the Mid-South. McHale will help the company maintain regulatory compliance and identify opportunities for government funding and public-private partnerships.s
“We have built a reputation of trust and unwavering high-quality service with our customers and the communities we serve,” said Alan Morse, Ritter Communications CEO. “Bringing Mark into the Ritter family is yet another step toward growing that relationship with our customers and reinforcing our commitment to being ‘Right by You.’”
Prior to joining Ritter Communications, McHale served in a variety of leadership positions within the telecommunications industry. Most recently, he served as associate administrator for the Office of Strategic Communication in Washington, D.C., with the U.S. General Services Administration.
Ritter Communications, a Tennessee Broadband Association tier-one member, is a regional telecommunications provider, serving more than 100 communities across Arkansas, Texas, Missouri and Tennessee with a full suite of communications services. Learn more by visiting Ritter Communications online.