Charlene Collazo Goldfield

A graduate of American University Washington College of Law, Attorney Goldfield recently earned her LLM in national security and cybersecurity law from George Washington University Law School. While in her LLM program, she published a paper titled “The Right to be Forgotten and its Unintended Consequences to Intelligence Gathering.” She also holds dual degrees in print journalism and political science from Florida International University.

Attorney Goldfield is currently an Attorney Advisor with the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau at the Federal Communications Commission and also teaches graduate courses for the Department of Public Policy and Administration at Florida International University, including one on administrative law, policy, and emerging technologies. She serves as the Young Lawyer’s Division Liaison for the Cybersecurity Legal Task Force and the Co-Chair of the Section of Science and Technology at the American Bar Association. Charlene was a law clerk with the district court of Maryland for Montgomery County and the Superior Court for the District of Columbia.

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