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Alison Greenwald Neplokh

Alison Greenwald Neplokh

Federal Communications Commission
Chief Engineer, Media Bureau
Washington, DC, USA


Alison Greenwald Neplokh, Chief Engineer, FCC Media Bureau

Ms. Neplokh is the Chief Engineer of the Media Bureau at the Federal Communications Commission where she advises the Bureau Chief on a variety of technology issues related to cable television, broadcast television, and cable broadband service.  Her diverse portfolio includes work on cable set-top boxes, online video distribution, video accessibility standards, next generation broadcast standards, and preparing for the FCC’s upcoming incentive auction.

Her work across these areas led to being named Technology Woman to Watch in 2013 by TVNewsCheck Magazine.

Prior to joining the FCC, she worked as a software engineer at a telecommunications equipment manufacturer, designing the internals of a high-speed IP router.  Before that, she worked for Carnegie Mellon University in the systems development group, writing software to monitor the campus network. 

Ms. Neplokh has a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center.

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