Blair Levin has worked for the past 25 years at a high-level at the intersection of broadband policy and capital markets. From 1993-1997 Levin served as Chief of Staff to FCC Chairman Reed Hundt.In 2009 he co-led the technology transition team for President-elect Obama and returned to government service from 2009-2010, to oversee the development of the National Broadband Plan for the United States.He is currently an equity analyst at New Street Research and a non-resident Senior Fellow of the Metropolitan Policy Project of the Brookings Institution.
Create a plan for a digital platform to connect teachers with college students and recent graduates to serve as tutors for K-12 students.
The next FCC Chair should improve transparency and public debate on pending agency actions by adding another monthly Commissioner’s meeting.
The next administration should launch a concerted broadband data-collection and analysis effort to support broadband decision-making.
The next administration should create a high-level COVID-19 Commission on Public Health Misinformation.