The Washington Center for Technology Policy Inclusion (WashingTECH), a nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation, is an advocacy platform committed to civil rights, empowerment, justice, and inclusion in technology public policy making. As America's "inclusive voice of tech policy", WashingTECH's mission is to convene diverse technology public policy professionals to defend America's rich diversity with programs that promote an inclusive narrative about technology's impact on society.
Joseph S. Miller, Esq. is the Founder and President of WashingTECH. Founded in 2014, WashingTECH is the Inclusive Voice of Tech Law and Policy in Washington, D.C. Via its bi-weekly newsletter, podcast, and live events, WashingTECH is a hub focused on the intersection between tech law and policy, social justice, and inclusion.
Prior to founding WashingTECH, Joe served as Deputy Director and Senior Policy Director of the Media and Technology Institute at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies--the world's preeminent think tank focused exclusively on the socioeconomic and political outcomes of African Americans. Previously, he was a Fellow with the Multicultural Media, Telecom & Internet Council, where he advocated on behalf of underrepresented communities on Capitol Hill and at the FCC. Prior to that, he spent over a decade working in advertising sales, production, and promotions in broadcast radio and television stations in New York City including Hot 97, Classical WQXR-FM -- then-owned by The New York Times -- and CBS Television Stations Group. He also worked in corporate estimating within McGraw-Hill's educational publishing division while he attended law school at night.