Barry Rubens  
Chief Executive Officer

Most memorable Elauwit experience:

Talking to Jermaine Green, an Elauwit network analyst, and asking him how he was holding up in the thick of "move-in" this summer, and him telling me that we were organized so well it really wasn't so tough as prior years even with more to do.

Favorite movie or TV show:

They Might be Giants

Favorite book:

Words for the Wind by Theodore Roethke

Most interesting place visited:


Most people don't know:

I walked the Camino Portugese from Porto, Portugal to Santiago, Spain (the burial place of St. James) with my son in 2009, an important medieval pilgrimage that has enjoyed new popularity in the past several decades. And, there was a short side-trip to Pamplona for the running of the bulls.


Barry serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Elauwit, LLC. Prior to joining Elauwit’s Board of Directors in 2009, he started Davidson Telecom to provide telecommunications services for large shopping mall developers. Barry has also served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of CT Communications, Inc. (CTCI). During this period (1993-2002) CTCI successfully grew revenues from $40M to $160M. In his role as CFO for CTCI, Barry lead the company into new business ventures including a partnership with Cingular wireless and a "greenfield" initiative providing telecommunications services to developers in the Southeast. He also had responsibility for leading the company's public offering and listing on the Nasdaq . He serves or has served as a director or officer for BellSouth Mobility’s Carolinas PCS Partnership, Access/On, Carolinas FiberNet, DDR Broadband, Maxcom Telefonia, and AvidExchange.

Prior to joining CTCI, Barry was with the Washington, DC telecommunications consulting practice of Ernst & Young where he spent ten years working on the financial, strategic, corporate development and regulatory initiatives for a variety of major telecommunications carriers.

Barryis married with two children and lives in Davidson, North Carolina. He serves or has served as a director for Cannon School, United Way and the Boy Scouts of America.