King Street Wireless L.P. (KSW), a Virginia-based leader in wireless communications, has partnered with U.S. Cellular to deliver high-speed service to customers in over 100 markets. KSW also offers internet access on its fixed wireless system. Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, KSW is a recognized leader in its community through its economic development and philanthropic efforts.

Allison Cryor DiNardo


Allison Cryor DiNardo leads King Street Wireless, L.P. 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.

Allison has extensive experience 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 Barat, Carroll, and Aquinas.

Allison has played a leading role on several industry issues including advocating for interoperability.

Her previous experience includes service on the White House staff from 1989-1993. Serving President George H.W. Bush as Deputy Director of Presidential Personnel, she handled the selection and nomination of several FCC commissioners. Following her White House service, Allison managed major fundraising campaigns including the University of Virginia’s $165 million athletics capital campaign. She also worked for American Express in New York City.

Allison is a recognized leader in the business and philanthropic communities, and 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.

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.

Leah Garofalo

Senior Project Manager

As a Senior Project Manager, Leah is involved in several areas of the company including its Second Generation Fixed Wireless program. She also works with King Street’s vendors responsible for the repair and maintenance of cell site installations around the country.

In addition to her experience in the engineering field, she spent the last five years in financial services with a focus on retirement and estate planning.

Leah earned her B.S. in mechanical engineering with a minor in engineering business from the University of Virginia in 2012. She also earned her Certificate in Financial Planning from the University of Virginia in 2015.

Leah Garofalo joined King Street Wireless, L.P. in 2017.

Jason Haun

Project Manager

As a Project Manager, Jason Haun is involved with expanding King Street’s network coverage and assists with King Street’s website and database development. He graduated from George Mason University in 2018 with a B.S. in computer engineering. Prior to joining King Street, he interned with Arlington Public Schools designing and managing computer networks.

Jason Haun joined King Street Wireless in 2016.