Jennifer Holtz

Deputy Chief, Cybersecurity & Communications Reliability Division, Public Safety & Homeland Security Bureau

Federal Communications Commission

Jennifer serves as the Deputy Division Chief of the Cybersecurity and Communications Reliability Division of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), where she helps promote the country’s national security and public safety goals by working with internal and external stakeholders to ensure the reliability and security of the nation’s communications infrastructure. As a communications policy attorney, she brings significant federal agency experience across the FCC, National Telecommunications & Information Administration , the president’s principal advisor on telecommunications and internet policy, and Department of Homeland Security’s Emergency Communications Division (formerly the Office of Emergency Communications) as well private sector experience, working both for Kelley Drye and Warren and Booz Allen Hamilton.



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