Jayne Stancavage is the Vice President of Policy and Regulatory Affairs at Intel Corporation. In this role, she leads a global team of subject matter experts responsible for developing and implementing strategy to advance Intel’s regulatory and technical policy positions globally on areas including artificial intelligence and data, connectivity (5G, 6G, Wi-Fi, etc.), cybersecurity, intellectual property, manufacturing and sustainability, and standards. In addition to her policy work, she has also worked within Intel business units where she coordinated Intel’s internal efforts to embed Wi-Fi capabilities into notebook computer platforms.
Jayne currently serves on the Board of Directors for the US Telecom Training Institute, and the Open RAN Policy Coalition; she is also on the Global mobile Suppliers (GSA) Executive Committee and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Board of Industry Leaders. In addition, she has chaired the US FCC’s WRC Advisory Committee terrestrial services working group in preparation for WRC-19 and WRC-23 and currently serves on the US State Department’s International Digital Economy and Telecommunication Advisory Committee. Jayne is also a member of the OECD.AI Expert Group on AI Compute & Climate. Jayne received both her bachelor's and master's degrees in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.