(PRWEB) February 19, 2003
Worthmore, Inc. the global leader in aligning people, processes and systems announced the appointment of Gloria A. Everett as Executive Vice President of Telecom Industry Consulting. Ms. Everett will draw on over 20 years of senior operations management experience to improve the operations performance of Telecom companies.
ÂGloria is one of the most talented leaders in the telecommunications industryÂ, said Kraig Rudinger, CEO of Worthmore. ÂHer knowledge of the optimal operations infrastructure for Telecom companies, ranging from network engineering to business operations, brings us a unique ability to help our Telecom clients align their people, processes and systems to increase profitability.Â
Before joining Worthmore Ms. Everett was Executive Vice President at Globalstar L.P., the world's major wireless satellite communications service provider. During her tenure at Globalstar she led the construction and deployment of Globalstar's worldwide network. Ms. Everett established technology partnerships with many of the premier cellular companies in the world including France Telecom, Alcatel, QUALCOMM and Vodafone.
"I am excited about joining Worthmore and this outstanding team of experienced
professionals. Worthmore offers me the opportunity to assist Telecom companies through the alignment of people, processes and systems, a formula that works! The Telecom Industry continues to be one of the most innovative and challenged. I look forward to the opportunity to assist Telecom companies continue, and even accelerate, this innovation through improved operations performance."
Prior to joining Globalstar, Ms. Everett was Vice President of Network Engineering and Operations at AirTouch. In this position she was responsible for the planning, deployment, systems engineering, vendor selection and technical management of AirTouch's analog and digital cellular telecommunications networks. Before moving into the wireless services she was General Manager Network Technologies at Pacific Bell.
Ms. Everett graduated from the University of California with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and the Stanford University Executive Program.
In 2002 Fortune Magazine recognized Ms. Everett for her leadership in the telecommunications industry. In 2001 she was named one of the Top Women in Wireless by Wireless Week magazine. She is also an advisor to Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. In addition, she currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Executive Women's Alliance, is a member of the Churchill and Commonwealth Clubs and the Conference Board.
Worthmore was founded in 1991 to provide executive consulting services to companies who want to increase their profitability by aligning people, processes and systems.