The Wireless Hall of Fame Celebrated the Induction of Four Wireless Hall of Fame Members
Four individuals joined the 76 wireless industry pioneers and innovators inducted into the prestigious Wireless Hall of Fame. The event, hosted by the Wireless History Foundation (WHF), a nonprofit organization that has honored the hall of fame members for over fifteen years, celebrated Meredith Attwell Baker, Alex Gellman, Rob Mechaley and Ed Whitacre. "We had a record setting event honoring these luminaries of the Hall of Fame Class of 2023," said Jenifer Snyder, Executive Director of the Wireless History Foundation, "their contribution to the wireless industry paved the way for future innovation, connectivity, sustainability and infrastructure for all wireless companies. Our existing Hall of Fame members and program sponsors are honored to welcome this impressive group of trailblazers into the Hall of Fame."
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Wireless Hall of Fame Inductees Meredith Attwell Baker, Alex Gellman, Rob Mechaley and Ed Whitacre (Photo: Business Wire)
The Wireless History Foundation and the evening's honorees paid special thanks to the 2023 event sponsors:
For additional information or to participate as a sponsor in future Wireless Hall of Fame awards dinner, please contact Jenifer Snyder at [email protected].
About the Wireless History Foundation
Founded in October 2008 on the 25th anniversary of the first commercial cellular telephone call in the United States, the Wireless History Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established by wireless pioneers seeking to increase public understanding of the wireless industry and its social and economic impacts by chronicling the achievements of individuals, the contributions of numerous organizations, and the evolution of wireless communications. Its signature event is the annual Wireless Hall of Fame Awards Dinner, which provides public recognition of outstanding individuals across all segments of the wireless industry. Learn more about the Wireless History Foundation at www.wirelesshistoryfoundation.org.