Enterprise Wireless Alliance (EWA) Chief Executive Officer Mark E. Crosby will be inducted into the prestigious Wireless Hall of Fame during the Wireless History Foundation (WHF) Awards Dinner in Washington, D.C. on November 11, 2021. Induction into the Wireless Hall of Fame is one of the industry’s highest honors, acknowledging the leadership, innovation, and achievement of each honoree. Eligibility for the Wireless Hall of Fame is based on an individual’s contributions to the advancement of wireless services, products, and programs.
Under his leadership, EWA has become a fierce defender of EWA-member spectrum rights, a strong advocate for responsible regulatory policy, and a trusted Federal Communications Commission (FCC)-certified frequency advisory committee.
Throughout Mr. Crosby’s nearly 50-year career, he has been a passionate advocate for private wireless which includes business enterprises, network operators, sales and service providers, and manufacturers, and his leadership has helped shape the industry. He has focused on increasing the efficient use of spectrum, expanding opportunities for business/industrial licensee access to spectrum, encouraging vendors to develop and users to embrace more efficient digital technology, and automating the processes of frequency coordination and licensing. Mark is a visionary, whose ability over the years to bring the industry to consensus has resulted in numerous achievements for private wireless stakeholders.
“On behalf of the EWA Executive Committee and the entire Board of Directors, I congratulate Mark on his induction into the Wireless Hall of Fame,” said EWA Board Chairman Geno Viviano. “We are proud of his tireless, innovative leadership and incredible achievements for EWA members and the rest of the private wireless industry.”