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i2Coalition Hires Policy Director, Monica Sanders

The i2Coalition announces the hiring of Policy Director, Monica Sanders. Monica will coordinate i2Coalition work on the policy initiatives chosen for focus by the member-led i2Coalition Working Groups.

Monica's background includes serving as a Senior Committee Counsel in the House and Senate, where she focused on national security, including Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure issues. Her policy and legal background also include humanitarian and international affairs work. Monica has an LL.M in International Business Law from the University of London, UCL.

"I am confident in our decision to bring Monica on, and I look forward to working with her," said i2Coalition Executive Director Christian Dawson. "We will be able to do more for members with her expert coordination. Her addition gives us even more resources as we endeavor to be the singular voice for the Internet infrastructure industry."

"Joining the i2Coalition is a great opportunity to work on some of the most pressing policy and legislative issues facing the Internet," said Policy Director Monica Sanders.

By i2Coalition, Internet Infrastructure Coalition – Founded in 2012 by a diverse group of Internet infrastructure companies, the Internet Infrastructure Coalition supports and represents those who build the nuts and bolts of the Internet. We treat the work of the Internet infrastructure industry like the noble profession that it is. Visit Page

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