Nese Guendelsberger has been tapped to fill the role of deputy chief for the FCC’s International Bureau, according to an announcement made by Bureau Chief Mindel De La Torre.
Guendelsberger will spearhead the bureau’s bilateral, regional and multilateral initiatives. She will also oversee mergers and transactions coming before the International Bureau.
“Nese’s substantive expertise on spectrum issues coupled with her knowledge of international legal and policy frameworks will be of immense benefit in advancing the commission’s international priorities, particularly as we prepare for a World Radiocommunications Conference next year,” said De La Torre.
Guendelsberger previously served as the chief of the Spectrum and Competition Policy Division in the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, and she has also worked for the Wireline Competition Bureau, in the Wireless Bureau’s former Auctions and Industry Analysis Division, and in the International Bureau.
Prior to joining the FCC in 2000, Guendelsberger taught law at the University of Baltimore and the University of Ankara and was a consultant on international law.