Broadband People Column: Rey Ramsey to Leave One Economy for TechNetBroadband's Impact, Premium Content November 19th, 2009
Winter Casey, Reporter, BroadbandBreakfast.com
WASHINGTON, November 19, 2009 – Rey Ramsey, the head of non-profit organization One Economy Corp., is leaving to head the technology industry fundraising organization, the group said Thursday.
Ramsey will assume his new leadership role beginning in January. TechNet’s former president, Lezlee Westine, left the organization in May to head the Personal Care Products Council.
As the CEO of One Economy Corporation, a global nonprofit he co-founded in 2000 that works to leverage the power of technology to improve the lives of low-income people. He plans to continue to serve as chairman of the board for One Economy. Moustafa Mourad, who is currently president of One Global Economy, will serve as acting president of One Economy during the transition.
In the portions of this article included as Premium Content, the column reports further details about Ramsey’s new role at TechNet, plus news about the Federal Trade Commission, Google picking up a former Microsoft employee, plus news about the non-partisan independent project Expert Labs.
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