As President and CEO, Roger Cassell is committed to improving the communities where we live and around the world. Starting 40 years ago as an installer then earning his FCC License before moving into a sales and sales management role, Roger’s diverse wireless industry experience makes him uniquely qualified to lead our organization in providing customers with the world-class technologies that allow them to connect in the moments that matter.
An innovator in the industry, Roger constantly works with the Communications Electronics team to determine how emerging technologies can be leveraged to solve organizational challenges. Roger is grateful to be part of a second-generation family business and values the legacy of the organization while supporting the promotion and development of the “CE Family.” He believes in servant leadership and learns from the daily interactions that he has with customers, employees and vendors.
Roger is actively involved in communities outside of Communications Electronics, including the Baltimore County Police Foundation (Treasurer), SOZO Children, Nothings Wasted, Catholic Community of Saint Francis of Xavier Parish Stewardship Committee, and various other roles in other businesses, organizations and charities.
As Chief Operations Officer (COO), Glenn oversees company operations, engineering, IT, facilities, fleet and the integration of acquisitions. In addition, he leads the Sales & Marketing for two business units. Glenn operates as a strategic partner to the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer in formulation of corporate strategy and driving.
Glenn has 30+ years of operations and administration experience within the wireless industry, mobile network operations, field service, depot level repair, retail, including publicly-traded and private/family owned company environments. He began his career in the USAF, as a Satellite Communications & Doppler Radar Technician. As an Equipment Engineer at Bell Atlantic Mobile he was tasked with overseeing special projects and the deployment of new technologies and was quickly promoted to support the implementation of a retail strategy. His leadership and teambuilding strengths emerged early in his career as he led numerous business units for AMERICOM. During his tenure, Glenn launched several national business units and then went on to manage four Wireless Handset Repair locations taking the organization through rapid growth. Glenn went on to serve as VP-General Manager for seventeen years with System Integrators, a national wireless integrator specializing in tailored solutions for Mobile Network Operators to include Cell Site, DAS and Small Cell deployments, upgrades and maintenance execution of key initiatives. He is a member of the Communication Electronics Senior Management and Executive Committee.
Glenn has always been active in his community including serving as a Big Brother in Biloxi, MS, supporting the Special Olympics, Boy Scouts of America and Junior Achievement of South Central, PA. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the University of Maryland, University College and was a member of Vistage from 2012 through 2017.
Tim has 30 years of corporate finance and administration experience within the professional service, manufacturing, retail and public accounting sectors, including both private equity and publicly traded company environments. He began his career at KPMG, then went on to serve in positions of increasing responsibility, domestically and in Europe, within a global Fortune 500 manufacturer later acquired by Johnson Controls. He also held progressive leadership posts within The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. for 15 years. Further, Tim operated an independent consultancy practice for several years and most recently served as Chief Financial Officer for Advantage Engineers, LLC.
Tim has been active in his community, serving on nonprofit boards for many years, and currently serving as a School Board Director in York, Pennsylvania. He is also a guest writer on leadership topics for the Central Penn Business Journal. Tim holds a bachelor’s degree from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Prior to Communications Electronics, Michael served in engineering and business development roles for LCC International, leading on-site engineering teams to design mobile telephony networks for operators around the world. He also previously worked as a Director of Business Development for Aether Systems in Maryland.
Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park and is also a member of the NEDAS Advisory Council, where he helps shape the association’s strategic planning. He also serves as the Chairman of the Board for Crossroads Community Church in Westminster, MD.
Scott has been with CE since its launch in 1976 and has filled many roles including installer, road technician, shop technician, tower mechanic, shop manager and Director of Services.
Outside of work, Scott enjoys playing golf, softball, basketball and working on antique cars.
With more than four decades at Communications Electronics, Vicki Borders serves as Human Resources Advisor and member of the Board of Directors, Executive Directors and the Executive Committee. She is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources and a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).
A member of the Communications Electronics team for more than 25 years, Jeremy Krug joined the company installing mobile phones as a summer job and today serves as Director of In-Building Sales. He has also served as Regional Sales Manager for the company’s cellular business.
*Last Updated 3/26/20
CE continues operations as an essential service provider
To our valued customers and partners,
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread in the United States and across the globe, we want to reinforce that Communications Electronics’ number one priority is keeping our employees, partners, and customers safe. Our team has been working hard behind the scenes to ensure we can continue to deliver uninterrupted, high quality service while remaining focused on the health and safety of our staff and clients. We are fortunate to have ample technology and significant experience with working remotely.
In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Motorola Solutions is providing recommended cleaning and disinfecting guidelines for our radios, body-worn cameras and accessories based on our current and best understanding of radio hygiene. You can review their recommended equipment cleaning guidelines here.
Communications Electronics provides a critical service as defined by the Department of Homeland Security. Our business supplies crucial equipment and vital services to fill the urgent needs of telecommunications companies, service providers, emergency responders, law enforcement, and a multitude of private entities throughout the nation. Therefore, we will continue operations at this time and are fully available to serve you.
If you have any questions during this time, please contact your CE representative. We are here to help you.
We thank you for your continued patronage. Communications Electronics will strive to maintain exceptional service to our customers during this difficult time. Wishing you good health.
President & CEO
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread in the United States and across the globe, we want to let everyone know that Communications Electronics’number one priority is to keep our employees, partners, and customers safe. Here is an update on preparations and steps we have taken to date. Two weeks ago, CE assembled a cross-disciplinary COVID-19 Management Team to actively monitor the situation and make recommendations to leadership. We have been assessing the situation daily, remaining vigilant, and following recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and local authorities. We’ve assembled guidance for our employee teams, pursuant to these recommendations.
As you know, the situation is evolving rapidly, and COVID-19 is affecting people differently, depending on their location and situation. As a result, flexible solutions are needed. CE Senior Management is considering all options, including the possibility of asking staff to work remotely.
While we remain focused on the health and safety of our staff and those around us, we also remain committed to serving our customers. Fortunately, we have technology in place and significant experience with working remotely. We have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure we can continue to deliver uninterrupted, high quality service. Operational teams have been working to identify potential needs and strategies associated with full-virtual delivery of services. Project managers and supervisors are actively having preparedness discussions with our teams. Our IT team has been reviewing and testing systems and protocols, to ensure necessary tools and support for staff to operate virtually. Everyone has a role to play.
If you have questions or feedback, you can reach the COVID-19 Management Team at Safety@Talkcei.com.
Being flexible and able to overcome big challenges is part of what makes us who we are. We have the infrastructure, skills, and desire to support each other, while providing the highest level of service to our customers. Obviously, this is a fast moving, fluid situation affecting our country and the world. We will update our guidance and decisions as the situation changes. Please continue to monitor the CDC Website for updates.
We hope that you and your family are well,