Today, I am excited to announce that Senior Vice President Jeff Campbell has been promoted to Chief Government Strategy Officer of Cisco. Jeff succeeds Michael Timmeny, who previously held the role and opened Cisco’s Washington, D.C. office in 1998. Michael will now serve as an Executive Advisor for Cisco.
As Chief Government Strategy Officer, Jeff will lead Cisco’s government relations worldwide, managing a team that spans six continents and is charged with advancing issues that support Cisco’s robust corporate and technology policy agenda. This includes conferring with world leaders, important legislators, critical regulators, and industry stakeholders to shape public policies that foster innovation and emerging digital technologies, promote broadband adoption, and protect global competitiveness.
In his two decades at Cisco and during his previous role leading Cisco’s government affairs activities for the Americas, Jeff has made an incredible impact. He has protected and expanded the U.S. “E-rate” program that subsidizes network connectivity in schools and libraries, led a team that successfully advocated for including $48.5B in broadband infrastructure funds within the recently enacted U.S. infrastructure law, helped transform the U.S. federal Universal Service subsidy from narrow-band services to broadband services, and engaged the U.S. government in efforts to prioritize and upgrade trustworthy equipment in telecom networks.
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