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25th Anniversary of FCC Decision Enabling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

25th Anniversary of FCC Decision Enabling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
A series of posts describing how this all came about. (Click on picture above)

Friday, July 20, 2007

Renee Roland Crittendon Joins the WAM

FCC Commissioner Jonathan S. Adelstein announced July 17th that Renee Roland Crittendon will be joining his staff as Legal Advisor for Spectrum and International Issues. Ms. Crittendon has begun to transition into the office and will assume her new responsibilities on a permanent basis.

“I’m very pleased to have Renee join us with her sound judgment and rich background in telecom and spectrum policy. I’m grateful that she already has been able to help our office out during this transition time, and I look forward to making Renee a permanent member of my staff.”

Ms. Crittendon has worked at the Commission since 2001 and most recently serves as Deputy Bureau Chief in the Wireline Competition Bureau (WCB). Prior to that, she was Chief of the WCB’s Competition Policy Division where she managed proceedings on various matters, including local competition, broadband and IP-enabled services. Ms. Crittendon also served as Associate Division Chief of the Mobility Division of the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau. Prior to joining the Commission, Ms. Crittendon served as Deputy Chief Counsel –
Telecommunications for Prism Communication Services, Inc., and was an associate with Piper & Marbury(now DLA Piper) and Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC. Ms. Crittendon received her J.D. from the George Washington University and her B.A. in Economics from Georgetown
University. She is a trustee of Miss Porter's School, Farmington, CT.

With this change, the apparent e-mail addresses of the WAM members are now: Erika.Olsen@fcc.gov, Aaron.Goldberger@fcc.gov, Angela.Giancarlo@fcc.gov, John.Branscome@fcc.gov,Renee.Crittendon@fcc.gov

Harold Feld's tribute to Barry Ohlson, who is being replaced by Ms. Crittendon.

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