Judith Hellerstein is the founder of Hellerstein & Associates, a research consultancy which specializes in opening up telecom and tech opportunities around the world, by providing research, analysis, strategy and advisory consulting to help clients by providing solutions to help clients meet their economic and social objectives. She does this by providing innovative, creative, and out of the box solutions to situations to help clients solve their problems.
Judith has over twenty years experience in developing policies, regulations, building regulatory capacity, and on Internet Governance issues having worked on several high profile projects while she was at the International Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission, MCI Communications, and Former Vice President Gore’s Reinventing Government office before founding her firm. She advises private sector companies, Governments, and multilateral organizations on Internet Governance, policy consulting, regulatory reform, regulatory capacity building, broadband strategy, competition policy, e-government assessment, convergence and its impact on regulatory frameworks, and Intellectual Property.
Judith is the Chair of the At-Large Technology Task Force within ICANN, Chair of the Global Indigenous Fellowship and past Secretariat of NARALO, the North American Regional At-Large Organization within ICANN. Judith is also a Director of the Washington DC Chapter of the Internet Society, the Founder and President of Capital Area Globetrotters, an ICANN At-Large Structure. Judith has written extensively on telecommunications, competition policy, Internet Governance, broadband access & development, and convergence strategies.