Anisa Green, Director – Federal Regulatory, has over 24 years of experience and expertise in regulatory, legal and advocacy work. She is based in the AT&T DC office on the External & Legislative Affairs Federal Regulatory team currently working on universal service regulatory issues, with a focus on consumer broadband affordability, digital equity, and rural healthcare matters. She also serves as Chief of Staff for the EVP and Chief Regulatory Officer. During her career – she’s not only gained a wealth of knowledge in the telecommunications, media, and technology field, she has made enriched her network along the way. Her commitment to serving her community is integral to her work. She champions various organizations focused on empowering, encouraging and educating the youth, women, and marginalized communities, including AT&T’s External & Legislative Affairs Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force, Women of AT&T, FCBA, FCBA Diversity Pipeline Committee, FCBA Foundation, FCC’s Equity and Diversity Council, Genesys Works, Crittenton, Girls Who Code, Junior Achievement, the NETwork Black Integrated Communications Professionals, Women in Technology, Women in Cable Telecommunications, Year Up and many others. She has mentored and sponsored aspiring leaders on their way to career success while maintaining humility, candor, and perspective. She also started her own personal styling and event planning business to help people feel better about themselves and always have a good time doing it.Hailing from Brooklyn, NY with roots in West Indies, Anisa finished her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Communication at the George Washington University, became a certified paralegal and has taken numerous continuing legal education credits to further her knowledge. When she is not running after her children and caring for her family, she takes advantage of a few stolen moments by shopping, reading a book, catching a movie, or taking a long walk/ride.