Grace Koh serves as Counsel to the Subcommittee on Communications & Technology of the Energy & Commerce Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives, specifically focusing on media issues. Prior to her joining the Committee, she was Policy Counsel at Cox Enterprises, Inc.’s Public Policy Office, where she represented the enterprise’s public policy positions in matters affecting video, voice, data, and broadcast services primarily before the FCC, as well as other agencies. She came to Cox after her time as an associate in the communications group at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP. Her law career follows after several years of work as a product developer and jack-of-all-trades for Internet companies in New York, including Prudential Securities and Beliefnet.com.
Grace Koh attended University of Pennsylvania Law School (2004) and Yale University (1996). She is a member of the New York and DC bars as well as the Federal Communications Bar Association in DC.
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