Andrew McLaughlin

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Andrew McLaughlin is an Entrepreneur based in the New York City[1]

He is involved with many businesses and organizations which include but are not limited to he following:[1]

  • Senior Fellow in Internet Governance and Cybersecurity at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University
  • CEO of DIGG* Partner at betaworks
  • Member of the Board of DIrectors at Chartbeat
  • Member of the Board of DIrectors of Sunlight Foundation
  • Member of the Board of Directors of Public Knowledge
  • Member of the Board of Directors of Access Now

In December 2010, he announced that he was leaving the White House to launch two Internet start-ups, and with plans to teach technology law and policy.[2]

Career History

  • Served in President Obama's White House as Deputy Chief Technology Officer of the U.S (July 2009 – January 2011)
  • Director of Global Public Policy at Google Inc. (January 2004 – June 2009)
  • Senior Fellow at Harvard Law School (1998 – 2005).[3]
  • Vice President & Chief Policy Officer at ICANN (December 1998 – June 2002).
  • Counsel at U.S. House of Representatives (January 1997 – January 1998).
  • Associate at Jenner & Block (1995 – 1997).
  • Law clerk at United States Court of Appeals (1994 – 1995).[1]
  • He was a memeber of the Board of Directors at Bridges.org.[4]

Education

  • Mr.McLaughlin graduated from the Harvard Law School in 1994 with a J.D.[5]
  • He completed his B.A from Yale University in 1991.[4]

Awards and Honors

Time called him one of its Digital Dozen in 2000. In 2001, the World Economic Forum named him a Global Leader for Tomorrow.[5]

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