Loeb Appointed to Aviat Board of Directors
Friday, May 22, 2020 | Comments

Aviat Networks appointed Dahlia Loeb, a managing director of Arcadia Investment Partners, to its board of directors.

Loeb brings more than two decades of investment and capital markets knowledge, as well as experience with public and private companies in a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, communications infrastructure, wireless and tech-enabled services.

Loeb has been a managing director of Arcadia Investment Partners, an investment firm, since May 2016. She has been a managing partner at Reveille Capital Management, an investment firm, since February 2008, where she is responsible for overseeing investments across public equity, private equity and venture capital. Before Arcadia, Ms. Loeb was a portfolio manager at Arrowgrass Capital Partners, a hedge fund sponsor, and was a managing director and portfolio manager at Intrepid Capital Management, a hedge fund sponsor.

"We are pleased to welcome Ms. Loeb to our board of directors," said John Mutch, chairman of the board of directors, Aviat Networks. "She joins us at an exciting time as we expand our business by connecting communities and mission-critical professionals around the world. Her previous investment experience, especially her work with strategic business development in the telecommunications industry, complement Aviat's current plan for growth, and we are thrilled that Ms. Loeb chose to contribute her time and energy to Aviat.”

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