Ms. Jennifer Warren
Jennifer A. Warren is Vice President of Technology Policy & Regulation in Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Government Affairs organization.
In this capacity, she is responsible for leading the development and implementation of corporate domestic and international regulatory and associated policy strategies affecting Lockheed Martin business interests and opportunities; her portfolio includes spectrum, unmanned aerial systems, commercial space/launch, ocean minerals, privacy, and emerging technologies.
Ms. Warren is also an appointed member of several Federal Advisory Committees – Department of Commerce Spectrum Management Advisory Committee (CSMAC), Federal Aviation Administration Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee (COMSTAC), and NASA Advisory Council’s Regulatory Policy Committee.
In 1996, Ms. Warren joined Lockheed Martin’s Space & Strategic Missiles Sector, and in 2001 she became part of LM’s Washington Operations as Senior Director, Trade & Regulatory Affairs. Prior to Lockheed Martin, Ms. Warren served in several senior roles at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. Prior to joining the U.S. Government, Ms. Warren worked for the Commission of the European Union – both in Brussels, with a focus on EU-Japan and EU-U.S. issues, and in Washington, DC, with a focus on EU-U.S. trade.
Ms. Warren is an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) where she teaches an annual course on International Information and Communications Tech Policy & Regulation. She is also a graduate of Georgetown University (B.S. in Languages) and GULC (J.D.); she is a member of the Federal Communications Bar Association, American Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association, and the Illinois State and D.C. Bars.
Ms. Warren holds leadership positions in several professional and civic organizations. She serves on the Boards of the Satellite Industry Association and the U.S. ITU Association, and also on NAM’s Public Affairs Executive Committee. She is a co-chair of the Signers Circle of the Foundation of the National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), and serves on the Board of the Gadsby’s Tavern Museum Society in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.