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Terri Natoli - Participant

Terri B. Natoli is Corporate Vice President, Regulatory Affairs & Government Relations at Time Warner Cable.  She is responsible primarily for TWC’s broadband, Internet, telecommunications, and wireless federal regulatory policy and industry initiatives, serving as the company’s key representative in those areas before the FCC and industry forums.  Terri also provides subject matter expertise to other teams within TWC in the regulatory policy areas in which she is responsible.  In addition, Terri served as the 2011-2012 Co-Chair of the Board of Directors of the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group (BITAG), an independent, open, non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to support a balanced and diverse technical working group (TWG) of volunteer engineers and other technical experts tasked with analyzing and developing consensus on broadband network management practices and other related technical issues that can affect the experience of Internet users.

Terri has more than 33 years of experience in the communications regulatory and policy field. Prior to joining TWC in January 2009, she was Vice President, Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy, for Clearwire, a facilities-based wireless broadband provider.  Terri joined Clearwire in 2005 after more than three years at the Federal Communications Commission, where she last served as Division Chief of the Competition Policy Division in the Wireline Competition Bureau.  At the Bureau she was involved in numerous competitive broadband and telecommunications matters. Prior to joining the FCC, Terri was Vice President, Regulatory Affairs and Public Policy, for Teligent, an integrated fixed-wireless provider. Previously she spent several years in private practice, representing a diverse base of telecom, satellite, and wireless clients before federal, state and international telecommunications regulatory bodies, and also held corporate regulatory positions with GTE’s satellite subsidiary, Spacenet, and Sprint’s predecessor, the Southern Pacific Communications Company.

Terri received her J.D. with distinction from George Mason University Law School; her M.S. in Telecommunications from the George Washington University; and her B.A. in Economics, summa cum laude, from Trinity College, Washington, D.C., where she also was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.  In October 2011, the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore chapter of Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) presented Terri with its Geraldine B. Laybourne Fearless Award.



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Vice President, Regulatory Affairs