Founded in 2014, WashingTECH, LLC is a policy and communications firm that helps brands amplify tech, media, and telecommunications public policy issues that affect underrepresented communities. We are passionate about helping our clients build a more inclusive substantive public policy discourse and advocating for substantive public policies that liberate the world's human potential.
Founded in September 2015, the WashingTECH Tech Policy Podcast is the oldest, consistently-updated, Washington, D.C.-based podcast focused on tech policy. With its diverse array of distinguished guests, the WashingTECH Podcast amplifies the voices of a cross-section of the entire tech policy community.
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About Joe Miller
Joseph S. Miller, CEO
A media, telecommunications and internet policy lawyer, Joe served as Deputy Director and Senior Policy Counsel of the Media and Technology Institute at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies -- Founded in 1971, the Joint Center is America's oldest national think tank focused specifically on issues of concern to the black diaspora. As a member of the Joint Center’s leadership team, Joe defined and advocated on behalf of the Institute’s policy agenda. His issue portfolio included Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), net neutrality, Lifeline, Health IT, and intellectual property.
Following over a decade working TV, radio, and publishing in New York City, for brands including CBS, Inc., The New York Times, and McGraw-Hill, Joe was a Fellow with the Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council (MMTC). While at MMTC, Joe wrote formal Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filings, spoke or moderated on numerous panels, and engaged external stakeholders on media policy issues including antitrust, media ownership diversity, broadcast EEO rules, Lifeline, and Emergency Alert Services.