NaLA Applauds Historic FCC Nominations of Jessica Rosenworcel and Gigi Sohn

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The National Lifeline Association congratulates Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel and Gigi Sohn on their historic nominations by President Biden to serve as FCC commissioners.

WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The National Lifeline Association (NaLA) congratulates Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel and Gigi Sohn on their nominations by President Biden to serve as FCC commissioners. NaLA applauds the historic designation of Chairwoman Rosenworcel as the first permanent female chair of the agency and Commissioner Sohn as the agency's first openly LGBTIQ+ commissioner.

NaLA Chairman David B. Dorwart heralded the historic announcement and added, "NaLA looks forward to the privilege of working with these exceptional public servants in their new roles. We look forward to working on our shared goal of making sure that every American can afford to get and remain connected to essential voice and broadband communications needed to connect to family, community, education, jobs, healthcare and emergency services."

About the National Lifeline Association (NaLA):

The National Lifeline Association is the only industry trade group specifically focused on the Lifeline segment of telecommunications. We support the four essential components of Lifeline: ETCs & Providers, Distributors, Lifeline Participants & Supporters, and Government & Regulatory Bodies. We are passionate about the continuity and advancement of the Lifeline program, and we drive this vision through our mission to "support the providers, distributors, participants, and supporters of Lifeline through education, cooperation, and advocacy."

For more information on NaLA, visit: https://www.nalalifeline.org

Media Contact

Jordan Axt, National Lifeline Association, 4847340080, info@nalalifeline.org

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