Three years into the Biden administration, the Federal Communications Commission finally has all five seats filled.
The U.S. Senate voted on Thursday to confirm telecom law and policy veteran Anna Gomez as an FCC Commissioner.
“Congratulations to Anna Gomez on her confirmation by the United States Senate. I look
forward to welcoming her to the Commission,” said FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel in a statement. “Anna brings with her a wealth of telecommunications experience, a substantial record of public service, and a history of working to ensure the United States stays on the cutting edge of keeping us all connected. Her international expertise will be a real asset to the agency. I look forward to working with her to advance the agency’s mission to ensure the benefits of modern communications reach everyone, everywhere and that the United States can continue to lead in the digital age.”