Pam Gregory is a special advisor on disability policy and outreach in the FCC's Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau. She is also the director of the Chairman's Accessibility & Innovation Initiative. She is a graduate of the Fulbright School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas, and a graduate of RTC 31, University of Arkansas, where she earned her masters in education in vocational rehabilitation and independent living. After graduate school, she was awarded an International Rotary Fellowship from 1989-1990 and was based in Nairobi, Kenya. During that time, she worked extensively on disability issues in east, central, and southern Africa, and studied the country of Kenya under the renowned Richard Leakey. She has worked at the Arkansas School for the Deaf, as a freelance sign language interpreter in Washington, and with the commission working on disability policy issues since 1996. She was the founding chief of the FCC's Disability Rights Office, and prior to that, she was director of the FCC's Disabilities Issues Task Force. She resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Larry Walke, and her two children.
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