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Andrew Woelfling Appointed Deputy Director, Legislative Affairs

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Released: June 24, 2014


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June 24, 2014

Mark Wigfield, 202-418-0253


Andrew Woelfling Appointed Deputy Director of the FCC’s Office of Legislative Affairs

Washington, D.C. – Andrew Woelfling, a top aide to Rep. John D. Dingell, has been appointed as

Deputy Director of the FCC’s Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA). His appointment becomes effective on

June 30.

Said OLA Director Sara Morris, “Andrew’s firm grasp of communications and consumer protection

issues along with his invaluable experience in congressional affairs will help ensure good

communications between the FCC and Capitol Hill.”

Mr. Woelfling currently serves as Rep. Dingell’s Deputy Chief of Staff and Legislative Director. His

major areas of legislative and policy focus have included consumer protection, the upcoming 600 MHz

broadcast incentive auction, and federal spectrum policy.

Prior to working for Rep. Dingell, Mr. Woelfling was a professional staff member on the House Energy

and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection, chaired by Rep. Bobby

Rush. He also worked at the Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association and DaimlerChrysler in

each organization’s government affairs divisions.


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