The Free State Foundation Announces Staff and Affiliation Changes
ROCKVILLE, MD - As the Free State Foundation continues to grow, FSF President Randolph May today announced three changes in FSF staff and affiliations.
Sarah Leggin has joined the Free State Foundation as a Legal Fellow. Ms. Leggin recently graduated cum laude from American University Washington College of Law, where she served as Articles Editor of the Administrative Law Review and President of the Communications & Media Law Society. During law school, she served as a law clerk for FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell and held similar positions at CTIA and FSF. Ms. Leggin is a graduate of Duke University. In announcing her appointment, May stated: "I am very pleased to welcome Sarah to FSF as a full-time staff member. Her experience and focus on communications law and policy and also administrative law will help FSF continue to grow and to maintain its leadership as one of the nation's leading free market-oriented think tanks."
Seth L. Cooper, FSF Research Fellow, has relocated to Washington State. Effective September 1, Mr. Cooper's status changed to Adjunct Senior Fellow. Mr. Cooper graduated from Seattle University School of Law. In announcing the change in Mr. Cooper's status, May stated: "I am very pleased that Seth will continue to be affiliated with FSF as an Adjunct Senior Fellow even though he has relocated his family to his native Washington State. Seth has been an important factor in FSF's success over the last several years, and I am confident his contributions to FSF's work will be significant going forward."
Gregory Vogt has become affiliated with FSF as a Visiting Fellow. Mr. Vogt is a former Deputy Chief of the FCC's Cable Services Bureau, and he also has served as Chief of the Tariff Division, Mobile Services Division, and Enforcement Division in the FCC's Common Carrier Bureau. Mr. Vogt graduated from Northwestern University Law School, where he served as Executive Editor of the Northwestern University Law Review.
The Free State Foundation is an independent, nonpartisan free market-oriented think tank located in Rockville, Maryland.