Amina Fazlullah promotes policies that support broadband connectivity in rural, Tribal and urban underserved communities. She is also working on the development of policies to spur broadband access in refugee communities and in communities rebuilding after natural disasters. Amina is currently on the Board of Advisors to the National Digital Inclusion Alliance where she supports efforts to develop policies that support broadband deployment, digital inclusion, and digital equity efforts across the United States. Amina has worked on a broad range of Internet policy issues including Universal Service, consumer protection, antitrust, net neutrality, spectrum policy and children's online privacy. She has testified before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, the Department of Commerce, and Federal Trade Commission. Amina was formerly the Benton Foundation's Director of Policy in Washington, D.C., where she worked to further government policies to address communication needs of vulnerable communities. Before that, Amina worked with the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, for the Honorable Chief Judge James M. Rosenbaum of the U.S. District Court of Minnesota, and at the Federal Communications Commission. She is graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and Pennsylvania State University.
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