Sherille Ismail leads the international regulatory affairs team at Intelsat. He has significant experience in satellite communications and communications policy involving the digital transition. Previously, he held senior management positions at the FCC and the US House of Representatives.
While serving in the FCC’s International Bureau, he organized and led workshops for foreign regulators, on topics ranging from promoting competition, interconnection pricing, transparent regulatory policies, separation of the regulator from Ministries, spectrum allocation. Sherille joined the FCC in 1996, after serving as a member of the joint congressional conference committee staff that negotiated the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Sherille is a graduate of the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University and Georgetown University Law Center.