How long have you worked at OneNet?
I have worked for OneNet for over a year now.
Describe what you do on an everyday basis.
I’m responsible for services, customers and systems associated with OneNet and Oklahoma’s open access network, OCAN or the Oklahoma Community Anchor Network. Open access networks can create a vibrant and innovative environment for internet and broadband services. We assist municipalities, educational partners and other state agencies with building the infrastructure, and the independent internet service providers (ISPs) operate in the same network, which benefits all the citizens of Oklahoma.
What brought you to OneNet?
The opportunity to work closely with the talented people of OneNet, who devote themselves daily to providing quality services and support to the citizens of Oklahoma, drew me to OneNet.
What do you wish more people knew about OneNet?
OneNet is an incredible asset for the state of Oklahoma and its customer base, due to our unique infrastructure system and vast array of services. Building, maintaining and facilitating services for an open access broadband network has proven immensely successful at fostering education and producing economic gains in U.S. communities, but also extensively in other countries abroad. Most importantly, the benefits of open access networks are that the community enables innovation, ensures real choices, and has a strong voice over its future.
What is your favorite part about working here?
Our employees and the partnerships we have forged with our customers is what I enjoy about working at OneNet. Our employees define the true nature of service and are dedicated to the success of our Oklahoma customers.