EF Johnson Technologies Announces New Senior Leadership

EF Johnson Technologies, which supplies communication technology to emergency responders, recently announced two new faces among its senior leadership.

Mitch Urbanczyk, who currently serves as the Vice President of Strategic Systems Sales, has been promoted to the role of Senior Vice President of Sales. He’ll manage all sales functions in the public safety and enterprise channels, according to a news release, to craft a unified communications strategy for the company’s entire suite of wireless solutions.

Stephanie Spears, who currently serves as the Senior Director of Bids and Proposals, has also been promoted to the role of Vice President of Bid Operations. She’ll oversee all pre-sale management functions of the business and lead the wireless engineering team.

“Mitch Urbanczyk and Stephanie Spears have demonstrated commitment to the EF Johnson team and expertise in multiple fields,” said Duane Anderson, President and CEO of EF Johnson Technologies, in a news release. “We are uniquely positioned for continued growth as a leader in wireless communications, thanks to significant contributions by Mitch and Stephanie. These senior leadership changes demonstrate our ability to adapt, transform and capitalize on our momentum to drive growth, scale our business and operations and deliver extraordinary value to our customers.”

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