An avid community ambassador, Arcuri has served on boards such as the United States Telecom Association, California Telephone Association, Lighthouse Family Crisis Counseling Center and Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.
What does CTA stand for?
CTA stands for California Telephone Association
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- Container Terminal 9 (Hong Kong)
- (USN Rating) Cryptologic Technician (Administrative)
- Airtour Cyprus Travel Agency Ltd.
- Cable Telecommunications Association
- Cabletron Traffic Accountant
- Cadet Training Assistant (Air Force ROTC)
- Calculated Time of Arrival (aviation)
- California Teachers Association
- California Transportation Authority
- California Trucking Association
- Call to Action (Catholic lay organization)
- Call to Arms (Diablo 2 gaming)
- Call to Arms (gaming, Lord of Destruction Runeword)
- Call to Australia (political group)
- Canada Transportation Act
- Canadian Telework Association
- Canadian Theatre Agreement
- Canadian Transportation Agency
Samples in periodicals archive:
This gathering is the first annual Focused Technical Symposium, sponsored by the California Telephone Association.
He is also actively involved in the telecommunications industry at the state and national level, serving on the Board of Directors of the California Telephone Association, the state trade organization for all local exchange companies in California, and the United States Telecom Association, the leading national broad-based association for the local exchange carrier industry.
In addition to serving on NetLogic's board, Strom is also a member of the boards of the California Telephone Association and the United States Telecom Association.
At the same time, the AuraGen will have its official introduction to the Telephone Industry at the California Telephone Association show in Sacramento starting on April 18, 2000.