Linda Vandeloop, AT&T and Chair of the US STI-GA

Linda Vandeloop is an AVP at AT&T, where her role sees her handling external and regulatory affairs. She is also the first Chair of the Secure Telephone Identity Governance Authority (STI-GA), the body that oversees compliance with CLI validation rules in the US.

Linda has over 30 years of experience in the telecommunications industry. She is an experienced professional with a track record of overseeing regulatory responsibilities for telecommunications operators. Linda has held a variety of positions at AT&T, primarily in the Regulatory and Financial Management organizations. She currently works in AT&T’s Federal Regulatory organization in the Washington D.C. office. In her current position she is responsible for consumer and accessibility federal regulatory issues.

Linda began her career in California at Pacific Bell in the Financial Management organization responsible for revenue forecasting and financial analysis of regulatory issues. She has a Masters of Administration Degree and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from the University of California, Davis.

Prior to her appointment as Chairwoman of the STI-GA, Linda had already established herself as a leader of the Robocall Strike Force that worked with the FCC to identify and implement technical network solutions to prevent robocalling.