Working with Cheryl was a collaborative and satisfying endeavor.
Cheryl knows how to move the policy process at the Federal Communications Commission and beyond.
Cheryl’s advice and counsel has allowed us to ramp up our coalition-based efforts to advance the civil and human rights community’s media/telecommunications priorities.
Cheryl Leanza brings almost twenty years of expertise in media and communications policy, bridging the gap between Washington DC policymaking and a wide variety of organizations. Cheryl can assist you with: Analyzing legislation and FCC decisions; Strategic planning for Congressional and FCC outreach; Setting up meetings with key decision-makers; Collaboration with the many organizations working in this sector, including specialized groups and national multi-issue … >> Read More
On the day new, lower prison phone rates went into effect, Time Magazine’s business blog featured Cheryl Leanza’s comments on the importance of the victory. “This is a huge victory for justice for ordinary people at an agency that is usually more attuned to private interests,” says Cheryl A. Leanza, policy director at the United Church… Read More
Cheryl spoke in March in a Capitol Hill Briefing on the Values of the IP Transition sponsored by Public Knowledge discussing the values which are important to maintain through the IP transition. She emphasized the importance of technology enabling everyone in our society to be able to achieve based on their own intelligence, willingness to… Read More