FCC Chairman's Legal Advisor Amy Levine Exits
March 14, 2012 at 5:17 PM (PT)
FCC Senior Counsel & Legal Advisor to the Chairman AMY LEVINE is exiting the Commission to relocate from WASHINGTON. Chairman JULIUS GENACHOWSKI announced today that Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Associate Bureau Chief CHARLES MATHIAS will replace LEVINE on an interim basis.
GENACHOWSKI said, "AMY brought to my office a rare combination of legislative expertise, policy know-how, and consensus-building. Among AMY's accomplishments was her tireless dedication to working with Congress to see the historic incentive auctions legislation through its recent signing into law. It goes without saying that we'll miss Amy deeply, and I am sure she will continue to deliver the same expert counsel and commitment that she brought to the Commission in the next stage of her career. I congratulate AMY and wish her the very best."
On MATHIAS, GENACHOWSKI said, "I am delighted that CHARLES has agreed to temporarily support our office upon AMY's departure. CHARLES will step right in to maintain our momentum as we advance the Commission's vital agenda to unleash the benefits of mobile broadband. I am confident that his expertise and experience will serve us well to help drive economic growth and opportunity behalf of all Americans."