NetCity was formed in 2001 in order to provide a specialized consulting practice for cities and states wishing to take control of telecommunications investments and costs, in a collaborative, regional paradigm.
NetCity is a unique small business, and one of the only women-owned consulting companies providing expert telecommunications strategic planning and convergence network implementation projects nationally. NetCity is a certified woman owned business enterprise (WBE). We have offices in Portland, OR and Washington DC.
Nancy Jesuale is an expert in the planning and implementation of public safety communications systems, development and planning of municipal broadband networks, and the integration of municipal cable, wireless and telecommunications strategies.
Ms. Jesuale has worked as a policy strategist and technologist in public safety Land Mobile Radio (LMR), cable and telecommunications since 1978. She developed the 5-year telecommunications strategic plans for the City of Tampa, (2005), the City of Los Angeles (2003) and the City of Portland (2001). She provided engineering management and organizational consulting to the District of Columbia's DC-NET project (2002-2006). She managed the statewide Interoperability Study and Gap Analysis for the State of Oregon (2005), and has undertaken a variety of other strategic planning projects for governments throughout the United States as the President of NetCity.
Ms. Jesuale has provided program management for the Wireless Security Center (WinSec) at Stevens Institute of Technology, and served on the National Science Foundation's Computer and Telecommunications Sciences Board Committee on Improving Disaster Management: The Role of IT in Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery. Ms. Jesuale is also appointed by IEEE Communications Society to serve on the program committee for the international symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Networks (DySPAN).
Ms. Jesuale is a member of IEEE Communications Society and the National Task Force on Interoperability. She holds a master's degree in Telecommunications Management from the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California.