Harold Sharp Trimmer, American lawyer, international telecommunications consultant. George F. Baker scholar. Trustee World Affairs Council Northern California, 1969-1970, Wesleyan University, 1971-1974; director American Friends Edinburgh International Festival, since 1996. Member State Bar California, Phi Beta Kappa.
Instructor law University of California at Los Angeles, 1963-1964. Conglomerate fellow American Political Science Association, Washington, 1964-1965. Associate Royall, Koegel & Rogers, Washington and New York City, 1965-1966, McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, San Francisco, 1966-1969.
With General Services Administration, Washington, 1969-1975, executive assistant to administrator, 1969-1970, assistant administrator, 1970-1972, commissioner automated data and telecommunications, 1972-1973, associate administrator federal management policy, 1973, general counsel, 1974-1975. Secretary, general counsel Garfinckel, Brooks Brothers, Miller & Rhoads, Inc., Washington, 1976-1982, vice president, 1979-1982. Vice president international MCI Communications Corporation, 1982-1983, vice president regulatory policy, 1983-1984, vice president finance and administration Master of Arts division, 1984-1986, vice president government systems, 1986-1987, president Pacific division San Francisco, 1987-1989, senior vice president international development, 1990-1991.
Consultant international telecommunications, 1991-1997, 98. Senior vice president LCI International, McLean, Virginia, 1997.