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Jones/NCTI Names President

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CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- Jones/NCTI, the leading provider of training and education in the cable and broadband industry, announced the appointment of Vincent J. DiBiase to president effective November 15, 2012. Mr. DiBiase replaces Timothy Burke, who served as president since 2011, and is now Acting President of Jones International University.

With over 25 years of sales and executive leadership, and 3 years as Sr. Vice President of Sales for Jones/NCTI, Mr. DiBiase will continue steering Jones/NCTI’s sales initiatives while fostering relationships with key industry partners and exploring other vertical markets.

“Vincent’s outstanding background makes him a great fit for President of Jones/NCTI. Not only is he a proven strategist, he’s an effective leader and has gained the support and respect of his team, peers and other industry leaders,” said Glenn Jones, CEO of Jones/NCTI. “We welcome Vincent as our new president; his experience and leadership will play a pivotal role in the continued success of this organization.”

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