I co-authored a white paper that took an in-depth and historical review and outlook on the Federal Communications Commission's designated entity program in wireless auctions and offered suggestions on how it could be tweaked to save the initial mission to promote progress and growth of diverse wireless license and infrastructure ownership in future FCC wireless auctions.
U.S. Supreme Court Brief
I represented small women and minority-owned businesses, nonprofits and other national organizations that represented the interest of underrepresented groups and business owners before the United States Supreme Court in a landmark case seeking to redress a change in an FCC policy that deprived smaller entities from fully participating in FCC wireless licensing auctions.
I penned an article in my now-defunct column at the Washington Times about a scandal involving teachers changing children's wrong answers on tests in order to increase the school's achievements and maintain funding. This article has been since referenced in several books about the scandal. Also, there is a forthcoming movie about the scandal to star actor Michael B. Jordan. Among books citing my article are: "SuperVision: An Introduction to the Surveillance Society " by John Gilliom and Torin Monahan (University of Chicago Press); and "Improbable Scholars: The Rebirth of a Great American School System and a Strategy for America's Schools" by David L. Kirp (Oxford University Press)
I put together a primer for a brand new radio station owner client which walks the management staff of the station through the process of running a new broadcast station. It offers an insight into the ins and outs of FCC regulatory recordkeeping, filing and reporting requirements for radio stations.
Local Tower Siting Preemption: FCC Radio Frequency Guidelines are Solution for Removing Barriers to PCS Expansion
While still a law student, I penned a legal journal article which documented how the FCC's radio frequency guidelines impacted the expansion of personal communications services and those guidelines impact on NIMBYism (not in my backyard) in siting telecommunications facilities. It has since been recited other authors' articles in Cornell's Law Journal and Indiana Law Journal.
While serving as the Washington Correspondent for political news site Poltic365.com, I penned an opinion piece about the efficacy of a then-new study quantifying the buying power of African Americans in the United States.
It has been re-published and cited in other news outlets since then more than any other writing I've done.
An article I did on prescription drug abuse that appeared in the Washington Times was republished as part of a well edited educational text book for young adults.
Legal Case Analysis
During a stint as a newspaper columnist for the Washington Times' Communities, I provided a legal analysis of a critical US Supreme Court case which was also cited in several later published books by other authors including: "Connecting Social Problems and Popular Culture: Why Media is Not the Answer" by By Karen Sternheimer (Hachette); "Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal of Mindless Neuroscience" by By Sally Satel and Scott O. Lilienfeld (Hachette); and "Brain: Attractive temptation of reckless neuroscience" (translated from Korean) by Sally Sartel and Scott O, Lillian Felt