Genachowski Appoints Three At FCC
December 10, 2009 at 11:45 AM (PT)
FCC Chairman JULIUS GENACHOWSKI made three new appointments TODAY, with publishing executive and former CONSUMERS UNION EVP JOEL GURIN named Chief of the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau; Deputy Chief of the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau THOMAS WYATT tapped as Chief of the Office of Workplace Diversity; and DUKE LAW SCHOOL professor STUART BENJAMIN named the FCC's first Distinguished Scholar in Residence, working in the Office of Strategic Planning 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 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."