RBC Signals announces new Chief Executive Officer

NewsJanuary 8, 2024

Redmond, WA – January 8th, 2024

RBC Signals has announced Ron Faith as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Faith has worked for RBC Signals for 5 years as its President and Chief Operating Officer. Faith follows Christopher Richins who was Founder and CEO since the company’s inception in 2015. Richins will be assuming the role of Chief Strategy Officer and will lead RBC Signals’ Board of Directors.

” I couldn’t be more excited to share the news that Ron Faith is our new CEO of RBC Signals,” Christopher Richins, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of RBC Signals. “Ron is an incredible business leader who has been instrumental in our growth over the past 5 years and has the knowledge and experience to scale the business to the next level.”

“I am very excited to be assuming the role of CEO and grateful for opportunity to take RBC Signals to new heights.”, Ron Faith, President and CEO of RBC Signals. “ The Space industry is experiencing dramatic growth and needs the space communication services provided by RBC Signals. RBC Signals is at the forefront of providing unique capabilities for dynamic satellite communications, satellite IoT, and global infrastructure to government and commercial customers.”

Ron Faith is a serial entrepreneur in the Seattle area having previously been the CEO of Datacastle (acquired by Carbonite/OpenText) and VP and GM of Mobile Commerce at Qpass (acquired by Amdocs).

The change in roles takes effect immediately.

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