Jūratė Šovienė is the Chair of the Council of the Communications Regulatory Authority of Lithuania.
Ms. J. Šovienė has 20-year experience in competition policy, regulation and strategy including leading positions at the Lithuanian Competition Council. She also served as Chief Legal Adviser to the President of Lithuania holding position of the Head of Legal Affairs Group at the Office of the President of the Republic of Lithuania. Ms Šovienė has more than 10-year experience as the Senior Expert/Project Manager in a number of EU projects in the field of competition law.
Ms. Šovienė has experience in Academia too as the former Member of Economics Study Program Committee at Kaunas University of Technology, research fellow and the lecturer of administrative law. In 2016, Ms Šovienė was awarded a prize by Lithuanian Academy of Sciences for a co-authored monography “The Impact of Cartels on National Economy and Competitiveness”. She was also recognized as one of the 40 Notable Women Competition Professionals in Enforcement in Europe, the Americas, Africa (by W@Competition, 2019) and was awarded the State Award the Medal of the Order of the Lithuanian Grand Duke Gediminas for the significant contribution to the protection of fair competition by the President of Lithuania (2018). After taking position of the Chair of the Council of Lithuanian regulator, Ms. Šovienė participated as the speaker at many national and international conferences, joined the BEREC Board of Regulators.
Ms. Šovienė has Master’s degrees in Business Management and Law.
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