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Jeffrey A. Campbell

Jeffrey A. Campbell

Vice President, the Americas of Global Government Affairs, Cisco Systems, Inc.

Jeffrey A Campbell is Vice President, The Americas, Global Government Affairs for Cisco Systems, Inc., the global leader for networking for the internet. He leads government affairs activities for Cisco in the western hemisphere. Since 2001, he has been responsible for developing and implementing Cisco’s public policy agenda with respect to telecommunications, trade, energy, environment, security and technology issues.

In addition to his expertise in telecommunications regulation, Mr Campbell has been involved in public policy with respect to intellectual property law, internet regulation, energy regulation, international trade and information technology regulation.

Mr Campbell is a member of the Board of Directors of the California Emerging Technologies Fund, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, and the Telecommunications Industry Association.

Prior to Cisco, Mr Campbell headed the Washington government affairs office of Compaq Computer. He began his career as a telecommunications regulatory attorney with the Washington, DC office of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey.

Mr Campbell received his BA in History from Yale University and his JD from Georgetown University Law Center.

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