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Julie Zoller

Senior Deputy Coordinator International Communication and Information Policy, US Department of State

Julie Zoller

Julie Napier Zoller is the Senior Deputy Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy in the State Department’s Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs. She manages a team of policy experts responsible for formulating and coordinating international communications and information policy in multilateral institutions such as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Inter-American Telecommunication Commission, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation as well as engaging in internet policy matters.

An expert in international radio regulations, she was deputy head of delegation to the 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference. Ms Zoller also served on the ITU’s Radio Regulations Board from 2006 to 2014, including two terms as its first chairwoman. She is the 2016 chair of the ITU governing Council and headed the US delegation to the 2016 ITU World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly.

Ms Zoller was the Deputy Associate Administrator for International Spectrum at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration from 2011 to 2013 and spent 14 years at ITT Information Systems, where she was a programme director. She previously worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the Department of Defense.

Ms Zoller earned a Master of Science in Business Administration from Boston University and graduated cum laude from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, where she received a Bachelor of Science (engineering science).

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