With the pending retirement of its chief operating officer, Glenn McFadden, Comporium is restructuring its management team, giving new responsibilities to Harry Miller, executive vice president of planning and development, and to Matt Dosch, senior vice president of external affairs and customer contact center.
Miller will be responsible for installation and repair, and for facilities and construction in addition to his current oversight of information technology, engineering and planning, Internet planning and development, network services, new venture startup, and wireless planning and development.
Miller started at Comporium, when it was known as the Rock Hill Telephone Co., as an assistant outside plant engineer in 1972 and progressed through engineering positions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Clemson University and is a registered professional engineer.
Dosch’s responsibilities will include business and residential sales for Comporium’s service areas, including York and Lancaster counties and the Midlands in South Carolina, and in Transylvania County and the Charlotte area in North Carolina. He will continue to be responsible for state and federal regulatory and legislative affairs, industry relations, provisioning of wholesale carrier services, carrier access billing, inter-company settlements and company “cost” development and tariff administration.
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He is a graduate of Duke University with a double major in public policy studies and English.
Dosch joined Comporium in 1994.