Karen Grenier

Vice President of Operations

Contact: kgrenier@acgcc.com
Office: +1.928.554.5268


Role: Manage operations processes, procedures, resources and personnel


Experience: 27+ years in supervision and management, training design and development, writing and communications

Karen Grenier delivers 30+ years of proven leadership and skills in management, training design and delivery, quality assurance and strategic communication and public relations initiatives to support the achievement of ACG's business objectives. She has extensive experience in management, including generalist human resources administration, supervision, and project execution. Ms. Grenier has worked for First Union Bank, DST Interactive, Cone Mills, Phelps Dodge, Machine Solutions, and American Express. She has broad experience providing and overseeing quality control for documentation and has developed and implemented metrics, assessment tools and processes for evaluating technical writers, training designers, and trainers. She was also managing editor for a national health and yoga magazine as well as publishing articles for a variety of health supplement companies and publications.

Karen earned her first Bachelor’s degree in English and Spanish at the University of Maine. She subsequently earned her Master’s Degree in Adult Education, focusing in training and development, at the University of Southern Maine. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in fine arts from Winthrop University in South Carolina.


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June 19, 2020

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Jan. 28, 2020

Today, congestion plagues low-frequency below 6GHz spectrum bands, which, consequently, not only makes it very difficult to add more capacity but also limits the number of antennas used (no more than two or three antennas). ...

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Jan. 28, 2020

Analog over the air, on-demand and OTT experience are pushing vendors to evolve video technology and develop more sophisticated and viable business models The first successfully demonstrated simple electronic television designed by Philo Taylor Farnsworth in 1927 transmitted a simple line. Philo T. ...

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Jan. 28, 2020

Cisco Systems has announced its intent to buy OTT cloud streaming service provider 1Mainstream to deliver improved cloud-based and live-streaming services The San Jose-based startup 1Mainstream was formed in 2012 to eliminate obstacles for content providers to create compelling, ala carte, HD chann ...

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Jan. 28, 2020

Until recently video viewing was done via a cable converter set-top box was required to receive extra analog cable TV channels and convert them to content capable of being displayed on a television screen. ...

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Jan. 28, 2020

The trillion dollar global service provider industry is in a transformative phase. Mega mergers, hyper competition from new, nimble entrants and regulators stuck in a backwards looking time warp are just a few change vectors colliding in this big bang that are affecting carriers and vendor alike. ...

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Jan. 28, 2020

The financial and analyst community tend to roll up equipment vendors’ revenues for product lines into a single high-order number to gauge market size and simplify the reporting and analysis. GAAP reinforces this mindset as the majority of public companies that are equipment and/or software supplier ...