National Lifeline Association Appoints New Board Members

Life Wireless President William Curry and Kim Lehrman, President of
enTouch Wireless to Help Ensure All Americans Have Access to Essential
Communications Services

ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The National Lifeline Association announces today the appointment of two
new board members for a three-year term beginning June 2016: Life
Wireless President William Curry and Kim Lehrman, President of enTouch
Wireless. The national organization supports Lifeline recipients,
providers, and supporters through education, cooperation, and advocacy.

“Through their leadership, William and Kim have helped elevate the
industry standard for quality of service through the Lifeline Program,”
said David B. Dorwart, Chairman of National Lifeline Association. “We
are delighted to have them join our board, where they can help us
fulfill our vision of ensuring that ‘In America, every person should
have access to essential communication services.’”

William and Kim join current board members David B. Dorwart-Chairman,
Assist Wireless; David Skogen – Global Communications of America; Steve
Klein – SafetyNet Wireless; Jim Dry – New Phone Wireless; and Tom
Armstrong – LTS of Rocky Mount.

The National Lifeline Association is the only industry trade group
specifically focused on the Lifeline segment of telecommunications. It
supports the four essential pieces of Lifeline: ETCs and providers,
distributors, Lifeline supporters and participants, and government and
regulatory bodies.

The federal Lifeline program was created by Congress in 1985 to ensure
that all Americans have access to quality telephone service. The
Lifeline program requires that potential subscribers take part in a
federal assistance program such as Medicaid or Food Stamps, or earn no
more than 135 percent of the federal poverty level, and may not receive
service from more than one Lifeline carrier at the same time.

About the National Lifeline Association

The National Lifeline Association (NaLA) is a non-profit dedicated to
the continuity of the Lifeline program. NaLA supports Lifeline
recipients, providers, and supporters through education, cooperation,
and advocacy. For more information, visit http://www.nalalifeline.org.

Contacts

National Lifeline Association
Jordan Majkszak, 484-734-0080
m.
267-602-6538
jordan.majkszak@nalalifeline.org