Biden nominates Anna Gomez for FCC commissioner emptiness
President Biden on Monday nominated telecommunications legal professional Anna Gomez to function a commissioner for the Federal Communications Fee (FCC).
Biden nominated Gomez on the similar time he renominated present FCC commissioners Brendan Carr and Geoffrey Adam Starks, who’ve served in these roles since 2017 and 2019, respectively.
Gomez spent 12 years in varied positions on the FCC, together with as a senior authorized adviser to then-Chairman William Kennard. She additionally spent a short while serving as counsel on a Senate subcommittee on communication.
She at present serves as a senior adviser for worldwide info and communications coverage within the our on-line world and digital coverage bureau of the State Division.
Biden tapped Gomez to function an FCC commissioner after a earlier nominee, Gigi Sohn, withdrew her identify from consideration after her affirmation was repeatedly delayed by partisan gridlock.
In a press release in March, Sohn stated she requested Biden to withdraw her nomination after discussions along with her household and “cautious consideration.” She stated the “unrelenting, dishonest and merciless assaults” on her character and profession from cable and media lobbyists “have taken an infinite toll on me and my household.”
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