THOMAS SULLIVAN, Chief of Staff, International Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission, USA

Thomas Sullivan is the Chief of Staff for the International Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission.  In addition to his other duties, Mr. Sullivan has led the Bureau’s domestic disaster response preparations for the past 11 years and has coordinated the FCC’s participation and response efforts to the Haitian Earthquake in 2010 and the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011.   He joined the Commission in 1991 after earning his Bachelor of Arts and Master’s of Public Policy from the University of Michigan.