Jennifer Schneider Exits Copps' Office At FCC
September 28, 2010 at 9:58 AM (PT)
FCC Commissioner MICHAEL J. COPPS' Senior Policy Advisor JENNIFER SCHNEIDER is exiting the Commission.
COPPS said, "We will miss the valuable contributions that our friend JENNIFER SCHNEIDER made to our daily lives. She brought creative ideas, excellent judgment, wonderful energy and an awesome personality to everything she did here -- and she did a lot. Her regulatory and legislative experience benefited my efforts and those of the entire Commission. She should be immensely proud of her public service. Perhaps one day public service will be fortunate enough to get her back. In the meantime, we wish JENNIFER and MARK all good things on the road ahead."
COPPS also announced that MARGARET MCCARTHY, former Legislative Assistant to Sen. BYRON DORGAN (D-ND), will be joining his staff as Policy Advisor for Broadband, Wireline and Universal Service, beginning OCTOBER 12th. COPPS said, "I am delighted to have someone of MARGARET's intelligence, commitment and enthusiasm as my advisor on wireline and broadband policy. MARGARET comes to us from Sen. BYRON DORGAN's staff, where she devoted much of her time to the communications issues that Sen. DORGAN and I both care so deeply about. We look forward to her input on the many critical issues facing the Commission as we move ahead to bring the benefits of modern communications to all our citizens."