Speakers

Jayne Stancavage

Jayne Stancavage

Position

Executive Director, Communications Policy

Company

Intel

Description

Jayne Stancavage is the Executive Director of Communications Policy for Intel Corporation, leading Intel’s communication policy efforts globally. Jayne joined Intel in 2000, focusing on communications policy. In addition to her policy work, she has also worked within Intel business units where she coordinated Intel’s internal efforts to embed Wi-Fi capabilities into notebook computer platforms.

Jayne currently serves on the US Telecom Training Institute Board of Directors. She has previously served multiple terms on the Wi-Fi Alliance Board of Directors as well as a voting member of the IEEE 802.18 Radio Regulations Technical Advisory Group, the Wi-Fi Alliance Regulatory Committee and Chair of the WiMAX Forum Regulatory Working Group.

Jayne plays an active role in 5G policy efforts at ITU and as Vice Chair of the Americas (CITEL) Region for the Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA). Within the ITU-R, Jayne chaired the sub-working group addressing 26 GHz as part of WRC-19 agenda item 1.13 for IMT-2020 as well as the sub-working group developing draft CPM text for WRC-19 agenda item 9.1/issue 9.1.8 on Machine Type Communications/Internet of Things. In addition, she chaired the US FCC’s WRC-19 Advisory Committee group for terrestrial services.

Jayne received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Political Science from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Sessions

International Spectrum Priorities Heading into WRC-19

Conference Sessions Wednesday, Oct 23 14:05 - 14:50 Theater 411 (Concourse Level 2) Everything Policy
Jayne Stancavage is the Executive Director of Communications Policy for Intel Corporation, leading Intel’s communication policy efforts globally. Jayne joined Intel in 2000, focusing on communications policy. In addition to her policy work, she has also worked within Intel business units where she coordinated Intel’s internal efforts to embed Wi-Fi capabilities into notebook computer platforms. Jayne currently serves on the US Telecom Training Institute Board of Directors. She has previously served multiple terms on the Wi-Fi Alliance Board of Directors as well as a voting member of the IEEE 802.18 Radio Regulations Technical Advisory Group, the Wi-Fi Alliance Regulatory Committee and Chair of the WiMAX Forum Regulatory Working Group. Jayne plays an active role in 5G policy efforts at ITU and as Vice Chair of the Americas (CITEL) Region for the Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA). Within the ITU-R, Jayne chaired the sub-working group addressing 26 GHz as part of WRC-19 agenda item 1.13 for IMT-2020 as well as the sub-working group developing draft CPM text for WRC-19 agenda item 9.1/issue 9.1.8 on Machine Type Communications/Internet of Things. In addition, she chaired the US FCC’s WRC-19 Advisory Committee group for terrestrial services. Jayne received both her bachelor\'s and master\'s degrees in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.