Bill Agee, is retired from the City of Hampton where he was the Network and Telecommunications Services Manager. He previously worked in similar positions with Roanoke and Franklin Counties. Bill is also retired as an E7 Master Sergeant from the United States Air Force having served in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Most of his years in the Air Force were served in various electronic communications maintenance career fields. His military honors include the National Defense Service Medal with one device, the Air Force Achievement Medal with one device, the Air Force Commendation Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Southwest Asia Service Medal with 2 devices and the Kuwait Liberation Medal. A member of Virginia NENA since 2005 and the Virginia Chapter of APCO since 1997, Bill is a past president of Virginia APCO, served for 7 years on APCO International Executive Council representing Virginia APCO and chaired or co-chaired the chapter’s fall conference from 2009 to 2014 and then again in 2018. He served for 10 years on the Region 42 800 MHz committee, a Virginia E911 Services Board PSAP funding committee and on a committee to help draft the first statewide E911 Strategic Plan. He served for 6 years on the Virginia E911 Services Board's PSAP Grant Committee representing Virginia APCO and served on the initial committee to establish the founding guidelines for this program. Bill served on APCO International's Conference and Exhibition Advisory Committee and has served on APCO's Broadband Committee and on the E9-1-1 Emerging Technologies Committee. Bill was awarded Chapter Life Membership in 2013, International Senior membership in 2014 and APCO International Life Membership in 2015. Bill holds a Master of Arts degree in Management and is married with three children and two grandchildren. He and his family live in the Martinsville area.