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Curtis T. White

ORG Allied Communications Title BIO Curtis T. White has recognized expertise in the areas of domestic and international communications licensing, system(s) privatization, complex business development projects, corporate finance, joint ventures and multi-party negotiations. His regulatory communications experience includes representation and consultancies in the areas of common carrier, cable, wireless services (cellular, PCS, LMDS and mobile satellites), broadcast and direct broadcast by satellites. Clients have included governments, international organizations and private sector entities. An international sampling includes UNESCO (Paris) and UENSCO Caribbean), International Telecommunication Union (Geneva) African Union (South Africa), Union of Radio and Television Associations in Africa (Senegal), Caribbean Broadcasting Union (Barbados). Governmental consultations include numerous governments in Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, as well as the U.S. and Canada.

He regularly works between the practice of telecommunications law and the development of telecommunications companies. Since 1999, Curtis has served as President of Allied Communications, a Washington, DC based company specializing in the private licensing of telecom systems and development or broadband facilities. In addition, he is a Senior Fellow of the International Law Institute (ILI) focused on the Telecommunications and Technology sectors. He also serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of Southeastern University, Washington, DC.

Curtis earned his J. D. degree from Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC, where he served as an Adjunct Professor of Communications Law, and his undergraduate degrees from Florida A&M University. He maintains active bar memberships in numerous Bar Associations, including the Bar of the District of Columbia, most U.S. Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.