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FCBA Annual Meeting and Luncheon with U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce Alan Davidson

June 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT

The FCBA will be holding its Annual Meeting and Luncheon on Wednesday, June 5 at the JW Marriott, 1331 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC.  The program will include remarks from Alan Davidson, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information and NTIA Administrator, in addition to the announcement of the FCBA election results, a presentation of awards, and recognition of FCBA Foundation scholarship and internship awardees.

Registration will open at 11:30 a.m. and the luncheon will begin at Noon.  Please note that tables of 10 are available, although you cannot register online for this option; you must download the form and email it in with attendee names.

 Click here to purchase a table of 10 for the Annual Luncheon.

 Click here to register an individual for the Annual Luncheon.

 Alan Davidson leads NTIA, the President’s principal advisor on telecommunications and information policy. As NTIA Administrator, Alan oversees a federal agency with more than 500 employees working to close the digital divide, manage federal spectrum resources, and build a better Internet.

Alan has spent the last 25 years working at the intersection of Internet technology, public policy, and the law. In his roles in government, public interest groups, and companies, Alan has focused on how society makes choices about the technologies we build.

Before joining NTIA, Alan worked at Mozilla Foundation, a global nonprofit that promotes openness, innovation and participation on the Internet. As Mozilla’s Vice President of Global Policy, Trust and Security, he led public policy and privacy teams promoting an open Internet and a healthy web. Alan served in the Obama-Biden Administration as the first Director of Digital Economy at the U.S. Department of Commerce. He started Google’s public policy office in Washington, D.C., and as Director of Public Policy, led government relations and policy in North and South America for seven years until 2012.

Alan has been a long-time leader in the Internet nonprofit community, serving as Director of New America’s Open Technology Institute where he worked to promote equitable broadband access and adoption. As Associate Director of the Center for Democracy and Technology, Alan was an advocate for civil liberties and human rights online in some of the earliest Internet policy debates.

He is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Yale Law School, and is a member of the District of Columbia Bar.


June 5
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
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