Ali Fouladpouri, PhD.

President and CEO

Dr. Fouladpouri is the founder of ProMedia Telecom, and has held numerous positions in industry for the development, implementation and management of wireless networks around the globe. He has built large engineering organizations and led nation-wide network implementations.

Prior to ProMedia Telecom, Ali was CTO at WFI, a wireless engineering services company. As the Chief Technology Officer at WFI, he was in charge of the Advanced Technology Group which was tasked with developing the technical capabilities, processes and tools. He also initiated and led several operational units through their growth phases, including WFI’s China office. Ali joined WFI in November 1997 as the head of RF engineering, where he established one of the largest and most competent wireless networks engineering team in the industry.

From 1990 to 1996, Ali worked with Motorola in Germany and in the U.K. in technical advisory and management roles. These included managing the systems engineering groups in the build-out of wireless networks in several European countries, including UK, Germany, Czech Republic, and Austria.

Prior to his work with Motorola, Ali was a systems engineer at Orbitel Communications in the UK, a joint venture then between Plessey and Racal, both electronics and communications companies. In this capacity he was an active member of the team contributing to the development of GSM system specifications and dealing with product implementation issues.

After graduating in electronics engineering, Ali obtained his Ph.D. in mobile radio propagation from Liverpool University in 1988.

Fardin Eshraghi

Sr. VP of Engineering and Operations

Fardin Eshraghi has over two and a half decades of wireless engineering experience successfully launching and operating the latest wireless technologies in the US and abroad and has worked in various technical and management roles with wireless operators, wireless consulting organizations, and as an independent consultant.

Fardin joined ProMedia in 2006 to lead the engineering services division. Prior to joining ProMedia, Fardin was Sr. Director of Engineering for WFI, a wireless engineering services company, where he led the technical consulting team launching AT&T's Wireless network in San Diego. He played key roles in developing strategic initiatives to grow WFI's engineering organization and technical services and managed the project staffing program for North American operations. He also led the development of a successful technical recruiting program that helped WFI grow its core business on a global scale.

Prior to his role at WFI, Fardin was an independent consultant leading the design and launch of T-Mobile's networks in Boston and New England regions. Prior to this, Fardin was RF manager at PacBell Wireless/Cingular in charge of San Diego and Las Vegas markets. He lead the design and launch of the first commercial wireless network for PacBell Wireless showcased during the 1996 Republican National Convention in San Diego.

Fardin started his career as an engineer for LCC International where he gained valuable experience working for international carriers such as Mannesmann in Germany, Optus in Australia, and Telecel (Vodafone) in Portugal helping design and deploy the latest wireless technologies. Fardin holds a BSEE from Manhattan College School of Engineering.

Amparo Stanisavljevic

Director of Engineering

Amparo Stanisavljevic joined ProMedia Telecom in 2005. She has performed a key role expanding ProMedia’s business in Latin America for wireless and IT while continuing her responsibilities for the business services operations in the US.

Prior to joining ProMedia, Amparo was a senior consulting engineer for WFI where she worked as a wireless engineer and lead consultant for major Telecom carriers in various European countries, Latin America, and the US.

Prior to WFI, Amparo began her telecommunications career in 1995 where she was head of the R&D Department at Comytel, the Spanish operator of public telephones. She worked on the development of several communication products including wireless terminals and helped launch the first privately owned commercial coin-operated telephone in Spain.

Amparo obtained her M.S. degree in Telecommunication Engineering (Honors) from the University of Valencia, Spain. Her research has been published in several technical publications such as IEEE and presented at international conferences.