ZenFi Networks, an innovative leader of communications infrastructure solutions in the New York and New Jersey metro regions, announces today that its Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer, Victoria Lamberth is listed among other industry-leading women on a shortlist of contenders for Best Women in Network Orchestration in The Global Women in Telco and Tech awards. The winners of the 2020 awards will be announced at the Global Women in Telco & Tech virtual ceremony on Tuesday, September 29, 2020.
As Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer of ZenFi Networks and the only woman on the company’s Board of Directors, Victoria Lamberth has been instrumental in guiding the company to deliver high-performance solutions for large enterprises, mobile wireless operators and telecommunications service providers, bridging and enabling 5G network deployments. Since 2013, Lamberth has remained responsible for ZenFi Networks operations, including a fiber network expansion underlying the largest public WiFi network in NYC. Lamberth a key visionary and enabler of the company’s strategic merger with Cross River Fiber, creating the only locally owned and operated communications infrastructure company within the New York metro area.
The Global Women in Telco and Tech awards were created to recognize the achievements made by the telecoms and tech sector to empower women in telecoms and close the gender diversity gap. These awards are unique due to the fact that it encourages our industry to facilitate conversations and share successes of women in the telecom industry.
For a full list of finalists in The Global Women in Telco and Tech awards click here.
For more information about ZenFi Networks, its co-founder Victoria Lamberth and the company’s comprehensive network solutions serving the New York and New Jersey markets visit: www.zenfi.com.
Victoria Lamberth, Co-Founder and Chief Revenue Officer of ZenFi Networks:
Victoria Lamberth co-founded ZenFi Networks in 2013 and currently serves as Chief Revenue Officer overseeing the company’s regional sales & marketing organization. Prior to ZenFi’s merger with Cross River Fiber, Lamberth served as Chief Operating Officer for the company. She has 10+ years of building, managing, and selling fiber infrastructure companies in the New York metro market. She relies on her proven array of experience in the telecommunications industry to drive growth and profitability at ZenFi Networks. In addition to Lamberth’s role at ZenFi, she is also a Founding Partner of Metro Network Services, LLC, a company focused on fiber optic and mobile network planning, engineering, and deployment solutions for mobile network operators, tower owners and telecommunications service providers throughout the New York metro market. She is also a Partner and Board Member at Hugh O’Kane Electric Co., a New York City telecommunications and electrical contracting firm dating back to 1946. Lamberth worked as Director of Carrier Sales and Marketing for Lexent Metro Connect until it was sold to Lightower Fiber Networks in December 2010. Lamberth holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from Boston College, and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College