Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) on Thursday has appointed Leticia Solid as its new Mid-Cities operations territory Area General Manager.

Earlier this month, the company has also named Michael Golob as the newest Frontier Communications West Region Senior Vice President (SVP) of Engineering and Technology.

Solis’ Appointment

Melinda White, Frontier Communications West Region President, noted that Solis was chosen because of her expertise when it comes to quality customer service. With her on board, White believes that the company will be able to deliver unparalleled growth.

As Area General Manager, Solis will oversee all operations and engagements in one of the company’s core businesses. Specifically, Solis will be responsible for broadband video and voice services delivered to over 500,000 residences and commercial facilities in Los Angeles, California.

Golob’s Appointment

As the new SVP of Engineering and Technology in the company’s biggest regional operations, Golob will oversee all engineering projects in the states of Washington, Oregon, and California, leading a team of over 1,000 members. Some of his vital responsibilities include regional implementations and construction operations. Moreover, Golob will continue to be at the helm of the national Central Office Installation unit.

White highlighted Golob’s technical engineering prowess backed by years of competent experience as his main qualifications, which will be his primary contributions in helping the company strive for growth.

Southeast Region Appointments

Earlier this month, Frontier Communications has also appointed Roy Labrador as its newest Commercial Sales VP in the Southeast Region. As part of this appointment, Labrador will oversee the Frontier Business Edge initiatives in the region. The company cited Labrador’s decades of experience in information technology (IT) as his main qualifications for the post.

Aside from Labrador, Ken Finkelson has also been named as the new Frontier Communications Southeast Region Director of Sales for Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) and Sales Engineering. Finkelson is backed by nearly 30 years of experience in the telecommunications industry.

Mike Flynn, Frontier Communications Southeast Region President, emphasized that the two new additions to the regional operations will significantly lead it toward competitive growth. Flynn believes that their combined expertise will provide more innovative solutions in the region.