Allison Cryor DiNardo
President, King Street Wireless
Allison Cryor DiNardo leads King Street Wireless, L.P., a wireless company providing 4G LTE service to millions of customers in a joint venture with US Cellular. Founded in 2008, King Street Wireless holds 152 FCC licenses for 700 MHz spectrum in 27 states and is one of the nation’s top 10 spectrum license holders.
For 15 years, Allison has worked in telecommunications developing and managing wireless companies including Black Crow Wireless (1999-2003) and Amica Wireless (2001-2003). In 2004, she founded Carroll Wireless, followed by Barat Wireless in 2006 and King Street Wireless and Aquinas Wireless in 2008. She has since sold both Barat and Carroll. As a White House aide from 1989-1993, Allison served President George H.W. Bush as Deputy Associate Director of Presidential Personnel, recruiting, interviewing and recommending candidates to the President and the White House Chief of Staff for cabinet level and other senior political appointments to the Departments of Commerce and Transportation as well as the Small Business Administration, the FCC, GSA and most regulatory agencies. Following her White House service, Allison managed major fundraising campaigns including the University of Virginia’s $165 million athletics capital campaign (1993-1998).
Allison currently serves on the boards of CTIA—The Wireless Association, the Jefferson Trust and the Alexandria (VA) Industrial Development Authority. She is a former member of the University of Virginia’s Board of Visitors where she served on the Executive and Audit Committees and chaired both the Student Affairs & Athletics and Diversity Committees. She has served on the boards of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region and the UVa Alumni Association. She is the former chair of several Alexandria nonprofits including ACT for Alexandria (the local community foundation) and the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership (AEDP). Under Allison’s leadership as AEDP Chair, the City of Alexandria successfully recruited the National Science Foundation to relocate to Alexandria. The move represents the largest transfer of federal workers in Northern Virginia since 2005.
In 2013, she was recognized as Alexandria’s Board Leader of the Year. Earlier, she was honored by the Washington Business Journal as “A Woman Who Means Business” who “made a difference in her community, blazed a trail for the rest of us and is leaving a mark on Washington business.” Allison earned her MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business and her B.A. in English from the University of Virginia. She and her husband Robert reside in Alexandria, Virginia.
Beth Moffett is Controller for King Street Wireless, L.P. She manages all day-to-day accounting functions and financial reporting for King Street Wireless and Aquinas Wireless. She joined King Street Wireless, L.P. in 2010.
Beth’s career began in financial services and later transitioned into accounting and financial analysis. For more than 15 years, Beth planned and managed special projects for ICMA RC, a national retirement provider. She was responsible for operations, systems development and analysis of business needs for accounting and recordkeeping. Beth also passed the C.P.A. exam and has worked in Public Accounting. She began her career in the mortgage industry.
Beth earned her MBA degree from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia where she received the William Michael Shermet Award for academic excellence. She received her B.A. in theology from Georgetown University.
Stephen Hinz joined King Street Wireless, L.P. in 2011. As a Project Manager, Stephen oversees many of the cell site buildouts and repairs, primarily working as the liaison for day-to-day cell site operations.
He earned his B.A. and MBA in marketing from Radford University. Previously, he worked with the Military Sealift Command in the Washington, D.C. Navy Yard, working on a project with the Naval Fleet Auxiliary Force.
Lavinia Davis-Laux joined King Street Wireless as a Project Manager in 2016. As a Project Manager, Lavinia manages its spectrum license oversight program and all cell site monitoring. She participates in the continued buildout and repair of its cell sites.
Prior to joining King Street, she served as a Project Manager with a residential design company working closely with vendors and advising clients on all aspects of design. Lavinia earned her B.A. degree in broadcast journalism from Boston University. A mother of three children, she currently resides in Arlington, Virginia.
Assistant Project Manager
Comfort Allotey joined King Street Wireless in 2016 as an Assistant Project Manager. Comfort assists the team on cell site leases, telco and administrative responsibilities.
She recently graduated with a B.A. in psychology from the University of Virginia. Previous work experience includes jobs with the Virginia Athletics Foundation and the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center, both in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Jason Haun assists with King Street’s website and its database. He joined King Street Wireless in 2016. A student at George Mason University, he plans to graduate in 2017 with a B.S. in computer engineering. Prior to joining KSW, he interned with Arlington Public Schools designing and managing computer networks.