As Vice President of Federal Regulatory, Caroline Van Wie is responsible for responsible for leading AT&T’s wireline interests, including Business Data Services’ Title II obligations, robocalling, accessibility, copper retirement, and wireline infrastructure issues, before federal regulatory authorities, including the Federal Communications Commission.
Caroline most recently was Assistant Vice President of Federal Regulatory, and was responsible for managing AT&T’s wireline interests, focused on Business Data Services/Special Access, before federal regulatory authorities, including the Federal Communications Commission. Prior to joining AT&T, Caroline was a Telecommunications Associate at Wiley Rein LLP.
Before attending law school, she worked in various capacities in politics, including working on Senator Robert C. Byrd’s final campaign and serving as Scheduler to Congressman John B. Larson.
Caroline graduated from Emory University with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies. She received her J.D. with honors from Georgetown University Law Center, where she served as Senior Programs & Development Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. Caroline is actively involved in the Young Lawyers Committee of the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA), serves on the FCBA’s Auction Committee, and is co-chair of the FCBA’s Annual Seminar Committee.