WASHINGTON, DC – Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski has announced the appointment of Joel Gurin as Chief of the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau and Thomas Wyatt as Chief of the Office of Workplace Diversity. Stuart Benjamin will be joining the Commission as the agency’s first Distinguished Scholar in Residence. He will reside in the Office of Strategic Planning and will work on spectrum reform, First Amendment issues, and long-term strategy.
“These talented individuals have extensive experience in the private sector, the academy, and in public service, including here at the FCC,” said Chairman Genachowski. “I look forward to drawing on their expertise as the Commission pursues smart, fact-based policies that protect and empower consumers, promote competition, and maximize innovation and investment.” To read the full story click here.
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