NG911 Institute Announces New Board Members
Monday, October 25, 2021 | Comments

The Next Generation 911 Institute (NG911 Institute) announced the results of its 2021 board of directors election.

Susan Ornstein of Comtech was reelected to fill one of the vacant public-safety vendor seats. Liz Graeber of the city of Phoenix and Peter Beckwith of South Sound 911 were reelected for the member-at-large public-safety seats.

“The changing landscape of technology and the opportunities in which it can be harnessed to advance and improve public safety make this an exciting time to be part of the NG911 board of directors,” Board Chair Beckwith said. “I congratulate these individuals on their election and look forward to their contributions to the Board and its mission.”

Three new board members were also elected. Patrick Halley of USTelecom was elected for the general member-at-large position, and Todd Piett of Rave Mobile Safety and Jerry Eisner of RedSky Technologies were elected for the two other vacant public-safety vendor seats.

“The institute is pleased to welcome Patrick Halley, Todd Piett and Jerry Eisner who will strengthen our leadership and bring new perspectives,” said Institute Executive Director Wesley Wright. “The institute is fortunate that Patrick is willing to continue supporting the organization in a different role after having previously served as the executive director for several years. We’re also thrilled that Todd and Jerry will be joining the board, which already includes nationally recognized public safety and industry experts who are dedicated to ensuring a successful transition to nationwide NG911 deployment.”

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