Who’s Involved?

The Board

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Courtney Bird


Retired Teacher, Builder, Cape Cod Marathon Director, and Falmouth Conservation Commission member

Marilois Snowman

Vice President

CEO and Founder of Mediastruction

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David Isenberg


Distinguished Member of Technical Staff Bell, AT&T, Labs (retired) and former Senior Advisor to the FCC

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Art Gaylord

Member at Large

Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus, OpenCape, retired Information Technology Director WHOI

Dan Face

Dan Gessen

Member at Large

Falmouth High School Grad, Class of 2018. Junior at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Peter Zeeb

Peter Zeeb

Member at Large

Peter Zeeb is President and CEO of Geosyntec Consultants, He received his Ph.D. in environmental engineering from MIT.

Jason Cullinane

Member at Large

US Army, Retired. Marketing, Branding & Identity specialist.

Advisory Board

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Brough Turner

Advisory Board

Brough Turner is the founder of netBlazr Inc.,  Former Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Natural MicroSystems

Steve Crocker

Advisory Board

Part of the team that invented the Internet. Member, Internet Hall of Fame.

Eugene Curry

Advisory Board

Attorney, Chair of the Cape Cod Blue Economy Foundation and of the Infrastructure Committee of the Cape Cod Technology Council

Sean Gonsalves

Advisory Board

Senior reporter, Institute for Self Reliance’s Community Broadband Networks Initiative.

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Chris Mitchell

Advisory Board

Director of the Community Broadband Networks Initiative at the Institute for Local Self Reliance. He is a leading national expert on community broadband networks


Sam Patterson

Select Board Member, EDIC Board Member

Justin Jaschke

Founder and Fmr. CEO of Verio


Falmouth EDIC

The Falmouth Economic Development and Industrial Corporation (EDIC) is a nonprofit founded in 1981, working to ensure the economic health or our community. The EDIC funded the feasibility study and recognize the power of a fiber optic network in securing Falmouth’s economic future.


OpenCape is a nonprofit founded in 2006, that operates the existing fiber optic network on Cape Cod. OpenCape serves some of the municipal buildings, the schools, the libraries, and some businesses in Falmouth. Their existing network would serve as the back bone for Falmouth’s network and OpenCape is an excellent model to follow.

Community Networks

MuniNetworks.org provides resources for the movement to build broadband networks that are directly accountable to the communities they serve. We offer case studies, fact sheets, video and other resources to help leaders make informed decisions about community owned networks.