The Future of the Internet: How Open is Open
Tuesday, March 17
9:30AM - 10:30AM
301 E 6th St
There is perhaps no issue of greater debate in the technology industry today than the Open Internet, with a record 3.7 million Americans submitting comments to the FCC on the issue. So the question is: how do we balance the consumer benefits an open and transparent Internet promotes against the critical need to preserve sufficient flexibility for broadband providers to innovate?
Our panel seeks to get to the heart of the issues of the FCC’s Open Internet Order, and what regulations, if any, are needed to ensure the Internet is open and accessible to all Americans.
Presented by Glen Echo Group
Mercatus Center At George Mason University
Glen Echo Group LLC
Twin Logic Strategies
Ms. Tiffany M. Moore is a principal at Moore Consulting and a consultant with TwinLogic Strategies. In these roles, Moore advises corporations, trade associations, and coalitions on how to influenc...Show the rest
Ms. Tiffany M. Moore is a principal at Moore Consulting and a consultant with TwinLogic Strategies. In these roles, Moore advises corporations, trade associations, and coalitions on how to influence technology and innovation policy before Congress and the Administration. Tiffany began her career as a congressional staffer working for Representative Fred Upton (R-MI), current Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. She worked on a wide range of national and regional issues including telecommunications, education, homeland security and trade. She left Capitol Hill to become Director of Government Relations for Kellogg Company. At Kellogg, Tiffany developed a new government relations strategy for the food and cereal company that included reorganizing Kellogg’s legislative priorities, energizing the company’s political action committee and bringing key business executives into the legislative process by providing a perspective on trade, food security and safety, tax, advertising and other business issues. Tiffany was then appointed to the Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Liaison Office of the Trade Representative under Ambassador Robert Portman and Ambassador Susan C. Schwab. At USTR, she was in charge of domestic outreach to America’s business, agriculture and consumer communities and also served as the Trade Representative’s chief intermediary to state and local elected officials. She was responsible for helping shape public understanding of a number of complex trade policies, through regular speaking engagements, strategic communication initiatives, congressional engagement and coalition-building to promote the Administration’s trade work. Following her work at USTR, Tiffany joined Venable LLP as a Senior Legislative Advisor where she provided strategic advice and guidance to clients involved in food, beverage, product safety and trade issues. She then launched her independent consulting firm, Moore Consulting, in 2010. In 2011, Tiffany launched a strategic partnership with TwinLogic Strategies, a leading women-owned boutique lobbying firm specializing in technology, telecommunications, and innovation policy. Tiffany currently serves as Vice Chair of the Women’s Health Board of The GW Medical Faculty Associates dedicated to supporting the Mobile Mammography Program (Mammovan). In addition, Tiffany serves on the boards of the Faith and Politics Institute and the Washington Government Relations Group. Tiffany also serves on the Corporate Advisory Council of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. A native of Detroit, Michigan, she earned her M.A. in International Affairs from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, and her B.A. from Western Michigan University.Hide the rest