Nolan Bowie is a "Senior Fellow and Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, where he is affiliated with The Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, the Harvard Information Infrastructure Policy Project (HIIP) and the Center for Business and Government. From 1986-98, Nolan was an Associate Professor of Communications in the Department of Broadcasting, Mass Media and Telecommunications (BTMM), School of Communications and Theater (SCAT) at Temple University in Philadelphia. At the Berkman Center, he will be working on projects related to the Internet in developing countries.
"Professor Bowie is a former staff Attorney and Executive Director of Citizens Communications Center, a public interest law firm and education institution [currently a Project of the Institute for Public Representation (IPR) of the Georgetown University Law Center], 1974-81. He has served both as an Assistant Special Prosecutor with the Watergate Special Prosecution Force and Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Bureau, New York State Department of Law. He has been active on a number of advisory panels and boards for a variety of organizations. These include the U. S. Congress' Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), The National Academies (regarding digital divide and digital democracy issues), the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), National Telecommunication and Information Administration (NTIA), and the Aspen Institute. Nolan is currently a Board member of Citizens for Independent Public Broadcasting (CIPB) and an Advisor to the Center for Media Education (CME), the Advertising Council, Inc., and the National Center on Adult Literacy (NCAL). He is also a member of the Steering Committee of The Boston Foundation’s Initiative on the New Economy and How Technology Can Empower Individuals and Communities.“ 
- ”Biography”, Accessed January 2007.