Trilogy Networks President and CEO Named to Rural Wireless Association Board of Directors

Published on 11.11.2020 at 15:38 PM (MST) by Trilogy Team

 BOULDER, CO – Trilogy Networks founder, president and CEO George Woodard has been named to the board of directors of the Rural Wireless Association.  The board elections were held during RWA’s Virtual Annual Meeting on September 22, 2020. As a member of the RWA’s board of directors, George will serve a three-year term helping to advise and guide the RWA in its efforts to promote wireless opportunities for rural telecommunication companies.

“The Rural Wireless Association’s mission is to advocate for small rural carriers and to help them continue to deliver reliable service and advanced technologies to their customers,” said the RWA’s new president, Jana Wallace. “Under George’s leadership, Trilogy Networks and the Rural Cloud Initiative have made tremendous strides toward bridging the technology gap in rural America. We look forward to his insight on our board and are delighted with his representation and guidance as the RWA representative on the FCC Precision Agriculture Task Force.”

“I’m immensely proud to join the board of the Rural Wireless Association,” said George. “The RWA is doing important work to ensure rural America has access to critical wireless technologies. I look forward to working with the RWA and my fellow board members to continue those efforts.”

About the Rural Cloud Initiative

The Rural Cloud Initiative is a unique coalition of more than 45 network and edge innovation partners committed to promoting and accelerating the digital transformation of rural America. The RCI partners are working together to deploy edge solutions running on a unified, distributed cloud covering an area of 1.5 million square miles of rural America, providing the essential infrastructure for 5G, agriculture, and energy solutions. 

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About RWA

The Rural Wireless Association is a trade association representing rural wireless carriers who each serve fewer than 100,000 subscribers. RWA's members have joined together to speed the delivery of new, efficient and innovative wireless technologies to remote and underserved communities.

For more information on The Rural Wireless Association, visit