Biography: Jeff Brueggeman is Vice President Public Policy for AT&T. In this role, he is responsible for developing and coordinating AT&T’s public policy positions on Internet, technology and broadband issues.
Jeff participates in legislative, regulatory and policy development proceedings covering a wide range of issues, including Internet governance, broadband deployment and adoption, cybersecurity, privacy and sustainability. In addition, he represents AT&T in various international events and organizations involving Internet governance, including the Internet Governance Forum and ICANN.
Within AT&T, Jeff manages the policy team that supports AT&T’s business in the operation of its global Internet network and the deployment of next-generation wireline and wireless broadband services. He leads the development and coordination of AT&T’s strategic policy initiatives related to advanced technologies and emerging services, such as broadband, security, cloud computing and converged IP services.
Jeff previously worked as an attorney in AT&T’s Washington, D.C. office advocating the company’s positions on broadband and universal service issues before the Federal Communications Commission. Prior to joining AT&T, he worked as a communications attorney in private practice.
Jeff holds a J.D. from the University of Virginia and a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Minnesota.