New America Foundation, Vice President; Director, Wireless Future Program
Michael Calabrese is Vice President and Director of the Wireless Future Program at the New America Foundation, a non-profit think tank based in Washington, D.C. He oversees the Foundation's efforts to modernize the management of the public airwaves and to promote ubiquitous and affordable wireless broadband access. New America advocates the reallocation of more prime spectrum both for flexibly licensed as well as for shared, unlicensed access to promote pervasive connectivity and innovation. Previously, Mr. Calabrese served as General Counsel of the Congressional Joint Economic Committee and as a counsel at the national AFL-CIO. Calabrese is a graduate of Stanford Business and Law Schools, where he earned a JD/MBA degree; and a graduate of Harvard College, where he earned a B.A. in Economics and Government.
Sessions from eCommEurope2009: Emerging Communications Conference featuring Michael Calabrese:
- Keynote: The Myth of Spectrum Scarcity