Senior Vice President, GCI Business
Martin is responsible for guiding the strategic direction of all GCI Business efforts and brings a wealth of IT experience to the GCI executive team. Before joining GCI in 1997, he was senior partner of Astrolabe Systems, Inc., a technology consulting firm, and served as the director of information technology for the North Slope Borough School District for nearly a decade before that. Under Martin's leadership, GCI managed broadband services saw annual revenues increase from $2 million to $150 million. Martin also played a key role in the financing and construction of the TERRA (Terrestrial for Every Rural Region in Alaska) network. He currently serves on the boards of the Alaska Vocational Technical Center, United Utilities Inc., and the Alaska Sea Life Center.
Vice President and Operating Group Manager, GCI Business
Brad has been a part of the GCI family since 1991, and has previously served as vice president of both wholesale markets and commercial sales and marketing. In his current role, Brad provides strategic direction and leads GCI Business operating groups to provide high-value products and quality service, and to strive to continually improve and offer exceptional value. Brad currently serves on the board of United Way of Anchorage. His prior board service includes Anchorage Community Mental Health Services and the American Red Cross of Alaska.
PAM LLOYD, PH.D.
Vice President, GCI Corporate Strategy: Government, Healthcare, and Education
Pam provides strategic product development and management for GCI Government, Healthcare, and Education. She advocates for broadband access to underserved rural schools and communities, where she has contributed much of her time and expertise to a variety of state and national organizations. Prior to GCI, Pam spent 15 years working with the Anchorage School District, providing technology support and resources to students and teachers. Pam has served on various state-wide committees involving distance learning and career technical education, and has received numerous awards for her contributions in transforming education through technology.
Vice President of Enterprise Markets
Lori joined GCI in May of 2017. She leads the commercial sales team to deliver connectivity, managed services, and remote support to industrial customers throughout Alaska. In 2009, Lori was recognized as a Top Forty Under 40 by the Alaska Journal of Commerce. Lori is heavily involved in the community, including active participation in many councils, clubs, and committees. Her current board service includes Alaska Chapter of the Nature Conservancy Trustee, Education Matters (Vice President), and Alaska Community Foundation.
ANNETTE "AJ" JONES
Vice President, GCI Government, Healthcare and Education
AJ came to GCI with more than 20 years of hands-on experience in the technology industry, as the president and co-owner of Network Business Systems, a technology consulting firm that GCI acquired in August, 2015. AJ's familiarity with solving business challenges through technology made her an excellent fit at GCI, where she began as the senior director of IT solutions. As vice president, AJ is committed to understanding and solving the challenges that Alaska school districts face. She is responsible for strategically planning and executing new and innovative service offerings as well as staying in alignment with FCC and USAC regulatory environments.
Vice President of Business Development, Northwest
Nathan founded Northpoint in 2001. Since Northpoint became a GCI company in 2017, he has maintained his role as a leader for the Northpoint team. Nathan is both a network engineer and a consultant, specializing in unified communications, datacenter networking, security, and wireless networks. He holds Cisco's CCIE certification, among other distinctions in the field.
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