|Elizabeth A. Inadomi
2072 Jackson Street
San Francisco, California
Principal, Podesta.com, 1995 - Present Chair High Tech Practice Group and head California operations for premiere Washington government affairs firm that specializes in high tech issues. Advise clients in the online, information technology and biotechnology sectors. As encryption counsel for top U.S. information technology firms, worked with Administration officials to create a new encryption policy agenda. Expertise in technology policy issues such as online security.
Counsel, Senate Commerce Committee, 1993 - 1995 Served as Counsel to the Chairman of the Senate Commerce, Space & Transportation Committee and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Science, Technology & Space. Developed and managed legislation pertaining to federal authorization of research and development and technology policy issues.
Counsel, House Science Committee, 1992 - 1993 Served as Counsel to Chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Space. Developed and managed legislation pertaining to federal authorization of NASA and space policy.
Member, Presidential Transition Team, Dec. 1992 Appointed to serve on the Science, Space, and Technology Cluster of the 1992 Presidential Transition Team.
NASA Ames Research Center, 1985 - 1992 Head of external affairs for an internationally recognized aeronautical and computational research center. Managed public affairs, legislative affairs, commercial and educational programs. Developed projects for private sector access to high performance computing resources.
J.D., School of Law, University of California, Davis, 1985 Editor, U.C. Davis Law Review, 1985
A.B., Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles, 1982
Recipient of "Federal 100 Award" sponsored by Federal Computer Week for outstanding contribution in setting the encryption policy agenda, 1997
National Association of Professional Asian American Women Distinguished Service Award, 1993
R. Cunningham, E. Inadomi, Special Committee on Satellite Technology 1989 Report ABA Section on Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law Year in Review, 6 Nat'l Energy Law & Policy Inst. 337 (1990), summary of evolving issues in the use of satellite technology, including the public's use of technology and an individual's expectation of privacy.
G. Sloup, E. Inadomi, The Legality of Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing to Enforce Pollution Laws: The United States Evolving Practice, Proceedings from the Thirty-third Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, International Astronautical Federation (1990).
Comment, Who's the Capt. Kirk of this Enterprise?: Regulating Outer Space Industry Through Corporate Structures, 18 U.C. Laws L.Rev. 795 (1985).
Member, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Advisory Committee on Technology and Commercialization, 1997 - Present
California Bar Association International Institute of Space Law