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Judith Hellerstein

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'''Judith Hellerstein''' is the founder of Hellerstein & Associates, a research consultancy which specializes in opening up telecom and tech opportunities around the world, by providing strategy and consulting on legislation, regulatory policy, ICT, e-government, and more. They work with Judith has over twenty years experience in developing policies, regulations, building regulatory capacity, and on Internet Governance issues having worked on several high profile projects while she was at the International Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission, MCI Communications, and Former Vice President Gore’s Reinventing Government office before founding her firm. She advises private sector companies, foreign governmentsGovernments, and multimultilateral organizations on Internet Governance, policy consulting, regulatory reform, regulatory capacity building, broadband strategy, competition policy, e-lateral organizationsgovernment assessment, convergence and its impact on regulatory frameworks, and Intellectual Property. Judith is the Co-Chair of the At-Large Technology Task Force within ICANN and Vice Chair and Acting Secretariat of North American Regional At Large Organization (NARALO). Hellerstein She is also a member Director of the Washington DC Chapter of the US State Department's International Telecom Advisory Council Internet Society, the Founder and is President of Capital Area Globetrotters, an ICANN At-Large Structure. Judith has written extensively on telecommunications, competition policy, Internet Governance, broadband access & development, and convergence strategies.  Judith was a member of the US Delegation for to the ITU’s 2014 [[Plenipotentiary]] conferenceConference in Busan, South Korea, where she is focusing was an active participant on the Internet policyPublic Policy, Cybersecurity, and WSIS working groups, [[Internet governance]]writing, cybersecuritydeveloping, and broadband adoption contributing to talking points, resolutions and buildoutother motions. She is also a Board member of the Washington DC Chapter US Delegation to the ITU’s Council Working Group on International Internet Public Policy. Judith is an expert on broadband buildout and deployment and is recognized as a key expert in these areas. Additionally she was appointed to the US State Department’s International Telecommunications Advisory Council and has worked with representatives of [[ISOC]]US Government Agencies, private sector companies and others in Industry to help draft US position papers, resolutions, and proposals for the founder of Capital Area GlobetrottersITU (WCIT, WTDC, WSIS, Study Groups on Internet Public Policy, Plenipotentiary), regional telecom forums, e.g., CITEL, an organization which and other related telecom forums. She is involved very familiar with ITU's interconnection regulations and standards as well as with ITU Study Groups, ITU regional initiatives, WSIS Action Lines, and WTDC Resolutions and other groups in the ITU-D & T Sectors. [[ICANN]]'s [[ALAC]].<ref name="linkedin">[http://www.linkedin.com/in/jhellerstein Judith Hellerstein, LinkedIn.com]</ref>
Since the mid 2000s, Hellerstein has worked with numerous countries around the world on developing new [[ICT]] and e-government laws, reviewing and amending old laws, developing [[ICT]] policies, and providing regulatory and policy capacity building.<ref name="linkedin"></ref>
As of [[ICANN 5250]] in Singapore, she had was her first ICANN. She attended over two [[ICANN52]] conferences, as well in Singapore in her capacity as Vice-Chair of NARALO and Acting Secretariat. She has also attended several [[IGF's]] and Plenipotentiaryis on the steering committee of the IGF USA.
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