Salimah LaForce

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Center for Advanced Communication Policy (CACP)
Georgia Institute of Technology

Salimah LaForce is a Research Analyst for the Center for Advanced Communications Policy (CACP). She conducts policy and industry research and analysis for CACP’s emergency communications initiative. A chief responsibility of Mrs. LaForce is information collection, analysis and dissemination. She also assists with tracking and filing comments on pertinent Federal Communications Commission proceedings. She serves as editor of the monthly policy newsletter, Technology and Disability Policy Highlights, and co-authored several papers on technology and disability topics. Additionally, she served as conference manager for the Wireless RERC’s State of Technology conference that had close to 300 registered attendees representing twenty-two states and fifteen countries.

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