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Adam M. Golodner, American lawyer, specializing in the field of.

Background

Golodner, Adam Marc was born on August 4, 1959 in New York City. Son of Harry and Syril (Kirson) Golodner.

Education

Colorado College (Bachelor of Arts). University of Colorado at Boulder (Juris Doctor).

Career

Partner Moye, Giles, O'Keefe, Vermeire & Gorrell, Denver, 1985-1993. Special assistant to undersecretary for rural development United States Department Agriculture, Washington, 1993-1994. United States Department of Agriculture representative Vice-President's National Information Infrastructure Task Force, 1993—1995.

Deputy administrator Rural Utilities Service United States Department of Agriculture, 1994—1997. Chief of staff Antitrust Division, United States Department Justice, 1997—2001. Associate director foreign policy Institute Security Technology Studies, Dartmouth College, 2002—2004.

Director global security and technical policy Cisco Systems Inc., since 2004. Pro bono lawyer Colorado Lawyers Committee, Denver. Member President Clinton's E-Commerce Task Force, United States Delegation to World Trade Organization, Seattle Round, United States Department Justice Privacy Council, 1999-2000.

Faculty Salzburg Seminar. Participant John F Kennedy School Rueschlicion Conference, Aspen Institute, executive fellow Tuch School Business, Dartmouth College, since 2003.

Membership

Member national staff Clinton/Gore general election campaign, 1992. Member staff Presidential Inaugural Committee, 1993. Board directors Metro Waste Water Reclamation District, 1991-1993, Colorado Children's Campaign, since 1990.

Advisory board to mayor Pope's 1993 visit, Denver, 1992. Member staff Office Pol. Affairs, Office Presidential Personnel, The White House, 1993.

Member Denver Chamber of C. (tax & local government), National Association Regulatory Utility Communications (member commissions committee 1995-1997), Denver Athletic Club.