As Government Affairs Counsel, Sade Oshinubi provides authoritative advice and information to WIA’s staff, government officials, and industry representatives on policy issues affecting regulatory and legislative matters and questions of law and fact. Sade also provides oversight and direction of WIA’s advocacy and policy strategy. Sade’s telecommunications experience includes time spent as a member of the FCC’s Honors Attorney Program in the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, working as an Associate Instructor of Telecommunications at Indiana University, and holding positions in the FCC’s Wireline Competition and Media Bureaus and in Microsoft Corporation’s Technology Policy Group. Sade also has experience writing for daily newspapers and trade publications.
Sade received her B.S. in Journalism from Georgia Southern University, a M.S. in Telecommunications from Indiana University, and a J.D. from Indiana University Maurer School of Law, where she served as a Managing Editor for the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, as a Founding Member and Management Executive of the Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality, as the president of the Black Law Students Association, and as a coach of the law school’s Federal Communications Bar Association’s Telecommunications Moot Court team.
Sade is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia.