Prior to joining MPAA, Glickman was the Director of the Institute of Politics at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He served as the Secretary of Agriculture from March 1995 until January 2001. Before his appointment as Secretary of Agriculture, Glickman served for 18 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Kansas' 4th Congressional District. During that time, he served as a member of the House Agriculture Committee, including six years as chairman of the subcommittee that had jurisdiction over most federal farm policy issues. Moreover, he was an active member of the House Judiciary Committee, where he was a leader on technology issues.
Tom Gardner and his brother David founded fool.com in 1994, a site that has grown into an international multi-media network offering financial solutions to millions of individuals worldwide. For The Motley Fool he monitors reputable, highly profitable, large-cap companies that dominate their industries.
Blair Levin joined Legg Mason in 2001 as a Managing Director and previously had served as chief of staff to then-FCC Chairman Reed Hundt. Among other policy issues dealt with during Levin's tenure was the development of digital television standards.
Rudy Baca is Vice President and Global Strategist with the Precursor Group. He is also an FCC veteran, having served as chief of staff to then-FCC Commissioner and Chairman James Quello.
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