Monica spent her early career working in the financial services industry in Toronto, in marketing and management, where she launched channel marketing platforms that continue to dominate channel strategy in the mutual fund industry today.
After moving to the Berkshires in 2002, Webb operated a marketing consulting agency and joined a handful of tech-savvy western Massachusetts residents in spearheading efforts to create a regional municipal fiber-to-the-premises network in towns unserved by broadband. Those efforts resulted in a 44-town cooperative called WiredWest, incorporated in 2011 under a Massachusetts’ statute that enables municipalities to individually or jointly finance, build and operate telecommunications networks.
As her role at Ting Internet, Webb works with local stakeholders in existing Ting towns, and also participates in evaluation of existing and prospective gigabit network locations, and related business projects. Today Ting owns and operates a rapidly-expanding fiber network in Charlottesville, VA; operates and provides ISP services over a FTTH network in Westminster, MD and over two middle-mile fiber networks in Virginia. Ting is also building a FTTH network in Holly Springs, NC, and will be announcing more cities in the near future.