Tedson J. Meyers
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"The Honorable Tedson J. Meyers, Vice President and General Counsel, Cyber Century Forum is one of the nations leading international telecommunications law experts. He was founder of the International Communications Law Committee in the Bar Association, President of the International Council for Computer Communications (ICCC) and a number of other positions in the forefront of telecommunications, satellite and HDTV technology. Prior to his many years as a senior partner at Coudert Brothers as well as his own law firm, he served in several public policy positions including Assistant to the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and Chief of Educational Broadcasting Projects (as well as Assistant to the Director) of the Peace Corps. He is a former Member of the Washington DC City Council, appointed to that post by the President of the United States and confirmed by the Senate. He continues to serve in a number of public service capacities including Chairman of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on the Law Library of the U.S. Congress, and Chairman of the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation of the United States. As President of the Cosmos Club and Chairman of the Cosmos Club Foundation he has played a major role in expanding the diversity and next-generation leadership for this unique Washington-based assembly of learned men and women, founded by Alexander Graham Bell and John Wesley Powell. " 
Resources and articles
- Leadership, Cyber Century Forum, accessed January 17, 2011.