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Law School Alumni Turn Out in Force for Telecom Policy Roundtable

 

 

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A number of prominent Columbus School of Law graduates were among the featured speakers at an Oct. 9. breakfast policy roundtable for women leaders in information and communications technology held by the Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) at the organization’s 2013 Annual Strategy Conference. The event was held Oct. 7-10, 2013, at the Gaylord National in Washington, DC.
 
Professor Donna Gregg (left) director of the Law School’s Institute for Communications Law Studies, was also among the presenters at the morning panel.
 
Columbus School of Law graduates who joined Gregg as speakers included Susan Miller, 1984, president and CEO of Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Standards; Angela Kronenberg, 1995, chief advocate and general counsel, COMPTEL; and Danielle Coffey, 2004, vice president and general counsel, of government affairs for the Telecommunication Industry Association.  Kronenberg and Coffey also earned certificates from the Law School’s Institute for Communications Law Studies.
 
The roundtable featured women CEOs, senior executives, and technology and policy experts who shared their experiences and vision for the future of the telecommunications and information network.