TeleQuality Communications CEO Tim Koxlien Appointed to SHLB Board of Directors


Washington, D.C. (December 7, 2018) – The Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition announced this week the addition of TeleQuality Communications (TeleQuality) CEO Tim Koxlien to its board of directors for 2019. Koxlien was appointed by the current board of directors and will begin his three-year term on January 1, 2019.

"SHLB is the only voice representing the common broadband interests of community anchor institutions, local and state government entities, and service providers. Under John Windhausen's leadership, our members receive the benefit of a well-respected, hard-working, and dedicated organization. I, as well as team members from ENA, TeleQuality’s parent company, are grateful to be a part of the work that SHLB does in helping to solve broadband problems throughout the US,” Koxlien said.

SHLB announced Koxlien among the five new additions to its board for 2019:  

“These individuals and their organizations are dedicated to achieving digital equity through connecting community anchor institutions (CAIs),” said John Windhausen Jr., executive director of the SHLB Coalition. “Their passion and diverse areas of expertise will make SHLB’s advocacy for CAI broadband connectivity even stronger.”

About SHLB:


The SHLB Coalition is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) advocacy organization that supports open, affordable, high-quality broadband connections for anchor institutions and their surrounding communities. The SHLB Coalition is based in Washington, DC and has a diverse membership of commercial and non-commercial organizations from across the United States.  To learn more, visit

About TeleQuality Communications:

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TeleQuality Communications (TeleQuality) provides healthcare organizations with cost-effective and tailored network and communication solutions supported by exceptional customer care. In 2018, TeleQuality and Education Networks of America, a leading provider of transformative technology solutions to education and library communities, joined forces to help bring critical connectivity and communication services to America’s community anchor institutions. For more information, please visit, call 210-408-0388, or email