Today, Mozilla recognized Public Knowledge Vice President Charlotte Slaiman as a Rise25 recipient for her work fighting for a free and open internet. Mozilla assembled the Rise25 Awards to mark the organization’s 25th anniversary by celebrating the 25 individuals doing groundbreaking work to make the internet a better place for everyone. Recipients will be honored during Mozilla’s Reclaim the Internet five-day event in Berlin, Germany beginning October 13. Rise25 will celebrate Ms. Slaiman’s work over the next 12 months, highlighting her efforts to shape the regulations and policies that create a better internet for us all.
The following may be attributed to Public Knowledge President & CEO Chris Lewis:
“We’re thrilled to congratulate Charlotte on this well-earned recognition for her work fighting for a free and open internet that benefits everyone. In five years at Public Knowledge, Charlotte has led through her expert analysis and careful strategy to impact legislation and agency action to deliver smart, bold competition policy. Her tireless advocacy and innovative policy solutions have centered the public interest in every effort she undertakes to make the internet a better place for us all. Her work, including the mentorship and support she provides to junior advocates, champions our communities and puts people first. We can’t wait to see what she takes on next as a Rise25 awardee.”
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