OpenCape, the Cape’s only 100 percent fiber optic network has added two new employees, AJ DeMita and Haley Woods, to its team.
AJ DeMita, Sales and Marketing Coordinator, is a resident of Pembroke who recently moved back to Massachusetts after spending the last five years in North Carolina. He attended the University of North Carolina at Greensborough where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Media Studies with a Communications minor.
At OpenCape, DeMita is working on special projects and conducting research for the sales team. He’s also looking forward to starting a podcast series to help OpenCape educate its audience about who they are, what they do and what makes them different from the competition.
Cape Cod native Haley Woods of Yarmouth has been named Bookkeeper. She earned two Associate’s degrees from Cape Cod Community College, in Liberal Arts and Business Management with a concentration in Accounting.
Prior to joining OpenCape, Woods worked as an office administrator for Cape Save where her responsibilities included scheduling, bookkeeping and administrative tasks.
Jenn Brann, Director of Business Operations says these two new positions help address OpenCape’s continued growth and success and she is excited to see them grow and advance within the organization.
“AJ and Haley are eager to expand their positions within our mission-based company to provide this valuable utility to businesses and residents in our region,” said Brann. “We are proud to be able to create career pathways to good paying jobs.”
OpenCape owns, operates and maintains a state-of-the-art, 100 percent fiber optic network that provides reliable and affordable broadband internet access for businesses, healthcare providers, educational institutions and municipalities across Cape Cod, the Islands, Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
The Barnstable-based nonprofit has launched several residential and Main Street business Fiber internet pilots in Woods Hole, Falmouth and Hyannis Their goal is to foster and support community-led initiatives to drive growth and economic development, as well as meet unserved and underserved communities to help bridge “the digital divide.”
For more information, visit www.opencape.org.