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Rebecca Arbogast

Rebecca Arbogast

Senior Vice President, Global Public Policy, Comcast NBCUniversal

Rebecca Arbogast serves as Senior Vice President for Global Public Policy for Comcast Corporation. In this role she is responsible for the development and coordination of the company’s public policy efforts across the corporation.

Prior to joining Comcast in 2011, Ms Arbogast served as Managing Director at Stifel Financial where she provided advice to institutional investors on legal issues affecting communications, media, and technology industries. She joined Stifel from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) where she was Chief of the International Bureau Telecommunications Division, leading an office of attorneys, economists, and engineers shaping the agency’s policies for international communications services. Prior to this, Ms Arbogast served in the Office of Legal Counsel of the US Department of Justice, and she began her legal career as a corporate attorney with Wilmer Cutler practicing international and communications law.

Ms Arbogast holds a Law degree from Yale Law School and a Masters Degree from the University of Iowa. She has taught Constitutional Law at Johns Hopkins School of Public Policy and Global Communications at American University. She clerked for Judge Fletcher on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and was a Fulbright Fellow in European Community Law.

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