Amy S. Gross

Senior Regulatory Policy Consultant

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Voice:  407-740-3032

Email:  agross@inteserra.com

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Education

Mt. Holyoke College

B.A., 1976

Georgetown University Law Center

J.D., 1979

Amy’s goal is to help clients anticipate and navigate changes in the regulatory environment affecting all communications providers.  Amy’s legal background and expertise is in state and FCC regulations applicable to providers of voice and data communications, including traditional local and long-distance wireline carriers, VoIP providers, wireless resellers, and Internet/broadband service providers. 

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Amy monitors regulatory and legislative activity nationwide and manages Inteserra’s robust Regulatory Briefing Service, for which she has built a loyal following. She is the driving force behind Inteserra’s popular Regulatory Mix, a daily blog of telecom related regulatory activities at the state and federal level.  She also oversees the regulatory and legal content of Inteserra’s Information Resources, translating complex regulatory requirements into easy to use compliance tools. In addition, Amy provides in-depth customized research on regulatory topics. She leverages her legal background, extensive industry experience, and crisp writing style to help clients develop their own regulatory position.

Amy brings to Inteserra’s clients nearly 40 years of experience providing guidance regarding issues facing both new entrants and incumbent carriers in the telecommunications industry. Prior to joining Inteserra in 1998, Amy served as Vice President and General Counsel to AMNEX, Inc. She represented AMNEX and its subsidiaries before state and FCC regulators, federal legislators, and federal courts on a variety of issues of importance to the competitive interexchange and public communications industries, including the 1996 Telecom Act.  Before that, she worked on the incumbent carrier side of the industry, for NYNEX Service Company, Bell Communications Research, Inc. and the National Telephone Cooperative Association. Amy has been a frequent speaker at industry events and served for seven years on the COMPTEL (now INCOMPAS) Board of Directors.

When not reading FCC Orders, Amy is an avid tennis fan and wine collector and loves to travel, especially to French wine country. 
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