Telecommunications company C Spire Wireless has named Abhishek “Chi Chi” Chatterjee as web applications and operations manager. Chatterjee previously served as a senior project manager for Infosys Limited and senior software engineer for Satyam Computer Services Limited. A certified project management professional, Chatterjee has a bachelor of engineering in electronics and communications engineering and resides in Ridgeland. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and the Project Management Institute. He coaches youth soccer for the South Madison County Soccer Organization.
C Spire Wireless has hired Ronson “Putter” Hamlin as the new market manager for the company’s retail operations in New Albany. Hamlin brings more than 12 years of experience in the wireless communications industry to his new position. He previously served as district manager for Verizon Wireless’ indirect program and as an owner and indirect account manager for Alltel Communications’ indirect program. A native of Corinth, Hamlin attended Northeast Mississippi Community College and is a board member of the Alcorn County Chamber of Commerce’s KCAB program and the Corinth Young Professionals.
C Spire Business Solutions, a unit of C Spire Wireless, has named Lauren Ridgway as client account executive for business and government sales in the company’s Central Mississippi market. Ridgway previously served as a customer support manager and marketing coordinator for Cresco Ag, LLC, a Memphis, Tenn.-based agriculture information management company. Before that, she was customer support lead for Cummins Turbo Technologies. A graduate of Mississippi State University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and Spanish, Ridgway is a native of Tupelo.
C Spire Business Solutions has named Kim Palmer area sales manager for business services in the company’s Memphis market. Palmer, who has over 20 years of experience as a telecommunications industry sales executive, previously served as Memphis sales director for Windstream. Before that, she was sales director for TW Telecom, a Little Rock, Ark.-based business Ethernet services provider. Palmer, a native of Little Rock, Ark., attended Southern Arkansas University and is a member of the Lipscomb and Pitts Breakfast Club and mentors at-risk youth with Youth Villages.
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