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Employee Spotlight: Kellie Jeffrey

July 6th, 2016

This month’s spotlight is all about Kellie Jeffrey. Kellie started working at UTOPIA fiber almost 7 years ago as an Executive Assistant. She was immediately impressed with how much the staff was able to accomplish with so few people. Kellie came on to help while the current assistant was on maternity leave and was only […]

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Employee Spotlight: Jessica Rivera

June 1st, 2016

Jessica Rivera is our phenomenal Team Lead over our Customer Service Department. She started working here at UTOPIA as a Customer Service Representative in October 2014 and was promoted about 9 months ago due to her hard work. As a Team Lead, Jessica oversees the CSR team and keeps our customers happy. She faces a […]

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Employee Spotlight: Daniele Turpin

May 2nd, 2016

Daniele Turpin is another incredible employee here at UTOPIA. Daniele has been with us since September 2015 as a GIS Technician where she works on the mapping components of UTOPIA’s network.  She first heard about UTOPIA through GIS networking magazine, SLUG and decided to join our team. After only being here for less than a […]

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Employee Spotlight: Lindsay Parsons

April 4th, 2016

Meet Lindsay Parsons. Lindsay has been with UTOPIA a little over a year and is one of our Network Operations Center (NOC) Technicians. She started here as an intern in the summer of 2014 and was hired after a position opened up. Her first impression with UTOPIA was one she didn’t quite expect. Growing up […]

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UTOPIA is neither gone nor forgotten

March 23rd, 2016

  Check out this article from the Daily Herald written by Genelle Pugmire on March 23, 2016. It has been nearly two years since the Orem City Council rejected a proposal by Macqaurie Capital Group to operate a fiber-optic network for the cities that make up UTOPIA. To recap what has happened since then, the […]

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What’s Going On With UTOPIA?

March 22nd, 2016

The question we receive the most is, “What is going on with UTOPIA these days?” Well, we have exciting news; UTOPIA is building. People seem to think we’re not building out our network, but we have been expanding for quite some time. Since January of 2015 we have made an additional 5,000 homes available for service. […]

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Employee Spotlight: Mary Bingham

March 2nd, 2016

Mary Bingham is one of our many awesome staff members here at UTOPIA. The Salt Lake native started working here in 2011 as our receptionist and is now our Corporate Administrative Assistant. As an Administrative Assistant, Mary’s main responsibilities are helping in the accounting and billing departments and keeping the whole office organized. She is […]

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UTOPIA Announces New Executive Director Roger Timmerman

February 11th, 2016

Former Vice President of Engineering for Vivint Wireless approved by board WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH (Feb. 8, 2016) — The Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency (UTOPIA) board approved the hiring of Roger Timmerman as the organization’s Executive Director. “As UTOPIA enters a new period of growth, it is vital to find a leader like Roger […]

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Customer Service Team Lead

April 13th, 2015

Customer Service Team Lead Position Type: – Full Time Pay Rate: $17 to $22 DOQ Summary/Objective: The Customer Service Team Lead position is responsible for providing quality and efficient customer service by daily management of a small team of employees to include: hiring, motivating, recognizing and rewarding, coaching, counseling, training, and problem solving. You will […]

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UTOPIA’s “fiber highway” offers roadmap to greater competition for premise telecommunications services

February 10th, 2015

Article was originally published on Eldo Telecom on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 A major complaint about Internet service in the United States is legacy incumbent telephone and cable companies lack incentive to provide better value and customer service and to build out their networks to fully serve communities and neighborhoods and not just selected segments. […]

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