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Melody Wireless Infrastructure has assembled a team of Veteran Telecom personnel for the leadership and management of this REIT.

Omar Jaffrey

CEO & Founder

David Bacino

David Bacino was named President, Melody Telecom on November 2014.
Bacino joined Melody Telecom from American Tower where he was the leader of West Region overseeing all activity for the Western United States.
Prior to this role, he served as the Global Vice President/General Manager of Wireless Solutions at Powerwave Technologies, leading the international teams in the deployment of end to end wireless solutions. Before this, he held the VP of Marketing Operations at Terrestar Networks overseeing the execution of Marketing efforts in the Americas. Prior to these roles, he held the Vice President of Global business development and Vice President of Enterprise sales at Nextel Communications roles overseeing both domestic and international teams.
David Bacino attended the University of Tulsa and University of Kansas and in 1983 received his Bachelor of Science degree.

Celine Hannett

Celine Hannett is Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, with over 25 years of finance and asset management experience. Prior to joining Melody, Ms. Hannett worked as Advisor to the COO at Starwood Capital Corporation from 2013 to 2014, and CFO and Treasurer at Plainfield Asset Management from 2006 to 2012. She was Senior Executive Director, Treasurer at Purdue Pharma L.P., a large privately held pharmaceutical manufacturer, from 2003 to 2006. From 1998 to 2003, Ms. Hannett worked at Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (NYSE: ADP), where she held various finance positions, including Vice President—Corporate Treasury. In addition, she also held financial and operating positions at PepsiCo Inc., United Technologies Corporation and San Miguel Corporation. Ms. Hannett received a B.S. from the Ateneo de Manila University in 1986 and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago in 1990.

Austin George

Austin George has extensive experience with carriers, landlords and lease negotiation in the wireless industry. While at Md7, LLC, he structured the design and implementation of strategic proprietary software known as “Livetrack”. The software provides wireless telecom partners and internal teams access to a centralized database that tracks critical business processes for deployment of macro, outdoor small cell and in-building communication sites. Austin lead workgroups consisting of members in Construction, Leasing, Regulatory, Transport and Zoning to address problematic design flaws and gaps within workflow tasks to create strategic resolutions. Previously, as an Account Project Manager at American Tower, he managed the wireless towers in Arizona, Nevada and California, consisting of over 4,000 assets.  Austin graduated from Marist College with a B.S. in Business Administration.

Jorge Bauermeister

Mr. Jorge Bauermeister is counsel for Melody Wireless Infrastructure. He is an attorney based in San Juan, Puerto Rico with 20 years of experience in the telecommunications arena.  A graduate of Rutgers College (New Brunswick, NJ) and the University of Puerto Rico School of Law.

Mr. Bauermeister was the head of the Legal and Regulatory division in Centennial de Puerto Rico.  There he supervised and led the development of corporate policy in the company's wireless, wireline, cable television and Internet services. 

In 2002, he become a Commissioner of the Puerto Rico Telecommunications Regulatory Board.  During his tenure as a Commissioner, he was very active on and off the island and was appointed Chairman of the Consumer Affairs Committee of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), a member of NARUC's Board of Directors, and the state representative in the FCC’s Telecommunications Relay Service Advisory Council.