Jeffrey A. Campbell is Senior Director, Technology and Trade Policy of Global Policy and Government Affairs for Cisco Systems, Inc., the global leader for networking for the Internet. Since 2001, he has been responsible for developing and implementing Cisco’s public policy agenda with respect to telecommunications, trade, security and technology issues. In addition to his expertise in telecommunications regulation, Mr. Read more »
Catherine A. Novelli is Vice President, Worldwide Government Affairs at Apple, Inc. In that role, Ms. Novelli heads a team responsible for Apple’s federal, international, and state and local government relations. Prior to her tenure at Apple, Ms. Novelli was a partner in the Washington office of Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP where she assisted Fortune 100 clients on issues involving international trade and investment. Read more »
David Goldston is the Director of Government Relations for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). In 2001, he was appointed to run the House Committee on Science. Prior to this, Goldston was Legislative Director for Congressman Sherwood Boehlert (R-NY). Previously, he served on the Science Committee as Special Assistant on the Subcommittee on Science, Research and Technology. Goldston is a graduate of Cornell University.
Dean C. Garfield is President and CEO of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) a global trade association that is widely viewed as the premier voice, advocate, and thought leader for the information and communications technology sector (ICT). ITI advances policy in global capitals on behalf of the 50 global leaders in the ICT sector. Read more »
Tom Galvin is President of 463 Communications. Prior to founding that organization, Tom served as VeriSign’s Vice President of Government Relations, where he had responsibilities for the company’s extensive interactions with federal and state policy makers regarding homeland security, Internet security and telecommunications policy. He also served as Vice President of Corporate Communications and was named by Technology Marketing Magazine as a “Marketer of the Year” in 2002 for his role in shaping VeriSign’s corporate image. Read more »
Nancy Johnson is Co-Chair of the ITIF Board of Directors. She is a senior public policy advisor in Baker Donelson’s Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Firm’s Federal Public Policy Group. She focuses on health care, tax and trade matters on behalf of Baker Donelson clients. Read more »
David M. Hart is Professor and Director of the Center for Science and Technology Policy at the School of Public Policy at George Mason University. Professor Hart served as assistant director for innovation policy, with a focus on advanced manufacturing, at the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President, from July 2011 to August 2012. Hart’s recent academic work focuses high-growth entrepreneurship, high-skill migration, and energy innovation. Read more »
Christopher G. Caine president and founder of Mercator XXI, a professional services firm helping clients engage the global economy. Prior to April 2009, Mr. Caine was employed by IBM Corporation for 25 years. For thirteen years he had corporate responsibility for global public policy issues that impacted IBM in his role as Vice President, Governmental Programs. Read more »