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Alysia M. Long

Alysia M. Long

Cox Communications, Inc.
Assistant General Counsel, Regulatory Affairs
Atlanta, GA, USA


Alysia Long is Assistant General Counsel, Regulatory Affairs in the Law & Policy department of Cox Communications based in Atlanta, Georgia. In this role, she oversees the legal team of with responsibility for providing counsel on products, initiatives and practices with cable and telecommunications regulatory implications. She and her team also guide Cox on filings in regulatory proceedings impacting Cox residential and business video, Internet, phone and other communications services. Alysia works closely with the public policy teams in Atlanta and Washington, DC on the company’s federal policy positions and advocacy strategies. And she has served on the governance team for the company’s transition of customers to all-digital video services. In her regulatory and policy work, she has most recently focused on broadband Internet access, business data services and set-top box regulatory proceedings; accessibility regulation compliance; IP voice and video transitions; and regulatory activities involving cable and ISP copyright matters.

Alysia has previously held roles at Cox on the government affairs and legal teams, providing the primary legal counsel on broadcast carriage negotiations and disputes and cable regulatory compliance. She has also, for several years, chaired the Cox Atlanta Diversity Council, comprised of representatives across many disciplines at the Cox headquarters that help advance the company’s diversity goals and objectives.

Prior to joining Cox, Alysia was Senior Attorney for Equifax, Inc., and Associate with the law firm of Nelson, Mullins, Riley & Scarborough in its Atlanta and Columbia, SC offices. A graduate of the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Duke University School of Law. She is also a graduate of the Executive Leadership Development Program at UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management in partnership with the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications.

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