ABOUT NFC

Established in 1999 as a certified women-owned nationwide installation and service company for internet technology and communication services, National Fiber and Copper has developed to a leader for the industry. National Fiber and Copper provides comprehensive IT solutions with cost control in mind for modernization and standardization to a group of diverse customers. Our expert teams consist of BICSI Credentialed Technicians who provide support and service, from design to installation to certification, with unparalleled execution and complete customer satisfaction. Our partnerships with some of the leading manufacturers and vendors allows us to deliver top of the line equipment with the ultimate infrastructure solutions. With industry standard certifications and contract vehicles, NFC is able to deliver cohesive and professional services nationally to commercial and federal markets. Located in Central Maryland, NFC has a large focus on the Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia areas.

Womens Business Enterprise National Council WBENC
US Federal Contractor Registration Construction License 2014-2015
Bicsi Certified
Women Presidents Organization

Meet The Team

Kim Valentine
Kim ValentinePresident
Founding National Fiber and Copper Inc. in 1999, Kim has over 15 years of experience and demonstrated success as a CEO and entrepreneur in the industry. From participating in various prestigious organizations to winning awards for business success and forward-thinking leadership, Mrs. Valentine has an unrivaled understanding of what it takes to run a successful organization. Kim keeps ahead of the industry curve by participating in groups such as the Women’s Business Enterprise, Women Presidents’ Organization, Women in Technology, and the Fort Meade Alliance.

 

Andy Langley
Andy LangleyPrincipal of Operations
From being in the first class in the United States Air Force and learning about fiber optics termination and splicing through National Fiber and Copper, Andrew Langley has over 25 years of experience working in the Fiber Optics Industry. Andy got his start when he joined the United States Air Force in 1985 working in cable maintenance. From there he was stationed at the Ramstein Air Base in Germany where he began his career learning about fiber optics. In the years 1987 to 1989 Andy continued his work in the USAF as Airman of the Quarter in USAF Europe Command, then transferred to South Dakota Ellsworth Air Force Base to work on missile cables rebuilding splice case and troubleshooting in the field.