William Hague is the Vice Chairman of Tillman Infrastructure, LLC (“TI”).  TI is a successful US based tower company that has been the country’s most prolific tower construction company from 2018 thru 2021.  With over 1,500 towers, TI is the second largest private tower company in the country under Hague’s guidance.  TI has seen dramatic improvement in all financial metrics, including revenue, tower cash flow and expense management.  TI has unmatched relationships with the country’s five major operators and has grown to a market value exceeding $2B.

Hague’s other corporate successes include leading AT&T’s Global Access Management team, which oversaw the wholesale business for AT&T’s voice, wireline, and wireless access with carriers in the USA and around the globe. The business focused on AT&T’s $10B annual global trade portfolio.  Hague also managed AT&T Mobility’s wireless Mergers and Acquisitions during a time of unprecedented growth (1995 to 2002), which included a $10B investment from DoCoMo and multi-billion- dollar wireless market acquisitions.

Prior to his work with AT&T, Hague was one of the founders in Western Wireless, a rural wireless startup in the western United States. During his tenure, the company grew from 10 employees to over 1,000, and became one of the most successful rural wireless players in America.  Hague began his career as a partner at the Stokes and Lawrence law firm after clerking in the United States Federal District court.

Hague has served on several public boards, including Triton PCS, Inc., and Telecorp PCS, Inc.  He also served on the board of the GSMA, one of the world’s largest international trade organizations.  Hague worked as the Deputy Chairman and as the Chairman of the Finance Committee. In addition, Hague was the Chairman of the GSM Ltd, a subsidiary company that managed all trade shows for GSMA.  Under his guidance, the international show in Barcelona grew from 27,000 attendees in 2012 to 105,000 attendees in 2016.

Mr. Hague has a J.D.  from University of Washington Law School, where he was a member of the Order of the Coif, a Masters in Health Administration from the University of Washington School of Public Health, and a Bachelor of Arts/History from the University of Colorado, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude.