Today the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) announced that Martha Suárez as its new president. Suárez most recently served as general director of The National Spectrum Agency. “With dynamic spectrum access playing such a crucial role in enabling next-generation wireless technologies, I’m looking forward to working with the DSA members, governments, and regulators around the world to enable more efficient spectrum utilization,” said Suárez in a statement. Paul Garnett, chairman of the DSA Board, said, “With so much focus from government, industry, and academia on enabling shared access to spectrum, this is an exciting time for the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance to have a change in leadership, and we welcome Dr. Suárez’s guidance during this important time for spectrum management … Dr. Suárez has long been a leading voice on the need for policies enabling more efficient spectrum utilization, and how this is vital for enabling next-generation wireless technologies.”

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Kate Polit is MeriTalk's Assistant Copy & Production Editor covering the intersection of government and technology.