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Leonard (Len) J. Kubik, Jr.

Len Kubik brings 27 years of professional experience to OmniaNow. Over those years, he has worked in sales, as an entrepreneur, and managing, implementing, and optimizing programs and projects in telecommunications, and for small business.

He started his professional career on Wall Street; where he earned his Series 7, 63, and insurance licenses, and sold and managed portfolios in those licensed areas.

After three years on Wall Street, Len took his business experience and self-taught construction experience and started a construction company. He managed that company for three years, closing a service contract with one on New Jersey’s largest home builders. He managed the sales and delivery process on both commercial and residential projects with a crew of up to 10 individuals and across multiple sub-contractors.

When he left the family business, it was to join AT&T in a management role. During his 12 years with AT&T, he was responsible for projects such as the development of 500/700 “follow-me” services (the first of their kind in the industry), and development of large switching, BSS, and OSS systems. He also planned and managed projects with budgets of up to $850M and was the budget manager for a $30M+ AT&T District.

Len moved from AT&T to AT&T Wireless as a key member of the operations team when AT&T Wireless was divested. He was instrumental in the unbundling of AT&T Wireless from AT&T, and was a Circle of Excellence winner as a result of that work. He developed significant expertise in large billing systems during his six years with Wireless.

When AT&T Wireless was purchased by Cingular, Len went back into business as an entrepreneur; this time as a consultant. He has worked over the past five years to help both large and small businesses. This includes helping AT&T to improve their wireless billing processes and systems.

Len has a degree in Economics from Rutgers University. He is the proud father of two sons. He is an avid and passionate volunteer and has served the Cub and Boy Scouts for more than 8 years (his oldest son achieved Eagle in 2010); coaches youth sports (baseball and soccer); is an active member of the Telecom Pioneers; and served as an elected council member for his city for 6 years with two as President of that Council.