photo of Jennifer A. WarrenJennifer A. Warren is Vice President, Technology Policy & Regulation, in LM Washington Operations’ Government and Regulatory Affairs. In this position, she is responsible for managing the development and implementation of corporate domestic and international regulatory and associated policy strategies affecting business interests and opportunities, including spectrum, satellite/launch licensing, cybersecurity, energy/environment, and emerging technologies.

In 1996, Ms. Warren joined Lockheed Martin as a Director in Space & Strategic Missiles Sector, and subsequently became a Government Affairs Director in Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunications. She then joined Washington Operations in 2001 as Senior Director, Trade & Regulatory Affairs. From 1991-1996, Ms. Warren served in various capacities at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, including Senior Legal Advisor/International Bureau and Assistant Chief/Wireless Telecommunications Bureau. She has served on numerous U.S. Delegations to regional and global intergovernmental organizations, including all major ITU treaty-making conferences since 1995.

Prior to joining the U.S. Government, Ms. Warren worked for the Commission of the European Union in Brussels, with particular focus on EU-Japan and EU-US issues, and in Washington, DC with a focus on EU-US trade. Ms. Warren is a graduate of Georgetown University (B.S. in Languages) and Georgetown University Law Center (J.D.), and is a member of the Illinois State and D.C. Bars. She is an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University Law Center where she teaches an annual course on Global Communications Policy & Regulation.

Ms. Warren holds leadership positions in several professional and civic organizations. She sits on the Board of the Satellite Industry Association, the Commercial Policy Board of Tech America, and the Board of the US ITU Association. She serves on two U.S. Federal Advisory Committees – the Department of State's Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy and the Department of Commerce's Spectrum Management Advisory Committee.