Bryan Goldberg is headquarters director of small cell and in-building real estate for Verizon Wireless. He is responsible for the wireless network’s small cell and in-building national lease agreements, strategy, and enablement. He also leads network’s teaming, neutral host and collocation programs. Goldberg joined Verizon in 2016.
Prior to his current role, Goldberg was senior vice president for business development, strategy and marketing at TeleWorld Solutions, an independent RF engineering consultancy. In that role, he invented smallcellsite.com, a CTIA award-winning marketplace for buyers and sellers of carrier real estate.
A subject matter expert in carrier Wi-Fi, he led Ruckus Wireless’ global carrier business solutions program, providing expertise to mobile and fixed operators worldwide. He served as Time Warner Cable’s vice president for wireless business development, launching and operating their nationwide Wi-Fi network from 2007-2013. In that role, Goldberg was awarded patents for a tablet-based small cell design tool.
Goldberg began his career as a cable operator, working in field marketing and operations as well as headquarters roles in television programming, corporate development, and new business development.
He has a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications and political science from Michigan State University and attended graduate school at Baruch College, CUNY.
Bryan and his wife are nearly empty nesters and live in Vienna, Virginia.