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National Lifeline Association Welcomes New Legal Counsel

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NaLA welcomes Maheen Cook as new legal counsel specializing in Lifeline.

KENNETT SQUARE, Pa. (PRWEB) April 20, 2018

The National Lifeline Association (NaLA) announces a new legal counsel on board, Maheen Cook. NaLa is excited to join forces with Mrs. Cook and her prevalent expertise in telecommunications and Lifeline.

Mrs. Cook is an experienced telecommunications professional who understands the intricacies of the Lifeline program. Throughout her career, Mrs. Cook has focused on providing strategic advice and practical assistance in navigating the complex and dynamic telecom industry. She has extensive experience with coalition building and stakeholder engagement and has a proven track record of advocating on behalf of her clients.

Mrs. Cook most recently worked as Director of Legal and Government Affairs at TruConnect Communications, where she provided guidance on federal and state telecom regulations and policy, including the Lifeline program. Previously, she worked in the biotech sector for a manufacturer of medical devices and healthcare software, where she focused on cybersecurity and privacy policy.

Her expertise in Lifeline was honed while employed at Cricket Wireless and later at AT&T. In her role at Cricket, she favorably positioned the company in matters before state and federal utility regulators, drafted and advocated for state and federal rules to support the Lifeline program, and managed ETC reporting. Prior to Cricket, Mrs. Cook served as a Legislative Counsel to U.S. Representative Marcia Fudge, where she advised the Congresswoman on issues ranging from telecommunications and technology to taxes and the federal budget.

Mrs. Cook holds a J.D. from Widener University Delaware Law School and a B.A. from the University of Delaware. She is a licensed attorney in Pennsylvania.

David Dorwart, Chairman of the National Lifeline Association, says, "Maheen Cook's expertise and experience in both telecom and Lifeline compliment the strategic initiatives of our organization and we're excited to work with her."

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 4 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 providers, distributors, participants, and supporters of Lifeline through education, cooperation, and advocacy."

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

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2018/04/prweb15428138.htm

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