Christian Diener
Vice President,Sales


Most memorable Elauwit experience:

I realized I was part of a special team one afternoon in my first month, when an asset manager reached out to the consultant they had used to engage with us during an upgrade, due to a property manager escalation regarding Internet services in the office. Upon presentment to our Operations team, we had boots on the ground within hours attacking issues that may or may not have included Elauwit, turning a situation where the customer felt as if “in peril” into a very positive experience.

Favorite movie or TV show:

The Big Lebowski

Favorite book:

Anything written by Ian McEwan

Most interesting place visited:

Granada, Spain

Most people don't know:

I can hold my own at table tennis

Bio:

Christian oversees our direct sales team efforts, which focuses entirely on owner based relationships. This team works closely with all of our other functional groups within Elauwit to make sure each community has the proper infrastructure for current and future technology needs and a services offering that ensures customer happiness and retention.

In the early days, prior to joining Elauwit, he co-founded Atipa International which was later funded by an investment group led by investment affiliates of Soros Private Equity Partners LLC, TA Associates, and WR Hambrecht + Co. focusing on Linux based solutions for research labs. Thereafter, the past 15 years have been spent in roles working directly with Single family and Multi Family communities, primarily purpose built student housing, delivering residential technology services. Most recently, he was the Sr. Director of XFINITY Communities at Comcast in the Florida Region.

Outside of work, Christian’s volunteer efforts have included two different roles with Big Brothers Big Sisters organizations: in Atlanta, he served as a “Big” for 9 years in the HMI (Hispanic Mentoring Initiative). In Fort Myers, he was part of the first program nationwide called, “Beyond School Walls” which provided mentorship to underpriveliged middle schoolers within the workplace. Christian is also a Past President of a local chapter of the University of New Mexico Alumni Association.