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AARP, Barbara O'Connor, California Emerging Technology Fund, California Public Utilities Commission, California State University, Sacramento - Communication, Carol Liu, CPUC, Donna Lucas, Henry Weissmann, Jeannine English, Jeffrey Bleich, Kempster Group's Brenda Kempster of LINK AMERICAS Foundation, Lucas Public Affairs, Michael Peevey, Munger Tolles & Olson, Uncategorized, William Hauck

BREAKING NEWS: YR asks California State University, Sacramento (“CSUS”) to verify employment status of AARP/Lucas Public Affairs / CETF/ Links America’s Barbara O’Connor [ TLR Note: 1. As mentioned, O’Connor under intense scrutiny in re various scheme involving a) CPUC’s Michael Peevey and CETF (i.e. suspicious money to Sacramento Asian Chamber of Commerce, Little Tokyo Service Center) b) Verizon Communication and Brenda Kempster’s Link Americas (financial machinations involving alleged event to promote “linking Americas” — whereas true event was Barack Obama 2008 presidential inauguration. Here, also suspect are Munger Tolles, Ron Olson, Henry Weissmann and Jeff Bleich) c) Lucas Public Affairs and AARP (AARP disinclination to admit O’Connor part of Lucas Public Affairs headed by Donna Lucas – sister of Kip Lipper; suspicion of machinations involving Porter Novelli, Blue Cross, and Blue Cross Foundation headed by Bill Hauck) 2. Previously YR had stated he is “on the case” and, presumably, will soon take whatever action he is legally entitled to take against the wrongdoers 3. YR – use pastebay, not seenthis – roger]


CSUS / inquire about the current employment status of Barbara O’Connor

Dear Madam/Sir:

This will serve to verify and inquire about the current employment status of Barbara O’Connor with respect to California State University, Sacramento.

Specifically, is she presently a professor with the university? My initial research leads me to believe that she is no longer affiliated with CSUS, even though she is listed elsewhere as a current professor (ie, CETF website. See: ).

For that reason, I would like for you to verify this matter by providing me with the exact dates of her employment.

Thank you for your assistance and anticipated prompt response.

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Barbara O’Connor – CETF Secretary

Professor of Communications
Director, the Institute for the Study of Politics and Media
California State University, Sacramento

Barbara O'Connor

Dr. O’Connor is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of political communication and telecommunications policy and applications. She is the author of numerous publications in both of these areas.

Her numerous appointments, boards and chairs, include the: California Educational Technology Committee; Washington, DC based Alliance for Public Technology; Alliance; California Public Broadcasting Commission; Network Reliability and Interoperability Council; Bellcore’s Advisory Board; ATT’s Consumer Advisory Panel; Verizon’s Consumer Collaborative Council; ETS international ICT literacy effort; National ICT Policy Council; and California Educational Technology Industry Task Force. Dr. O’Connor is an expert consultant and has served a wide array of business, media, telecommunications, federal and state clients and task forces.

Awards and honors include: an by 1990 California State University outstanding teaching award; 1994 California State University Alumni Distinguished Professor Award; 1996 Technology Leadership award; 1998 Technology Pioneer Award.

Recent research grants and projects, include: Ten California Public Utilities Commission Telecommunications Graduate Fellowships; and the Sacramento County Communications Audit and Web Portal development project.

Dr. O’Connor received her Ph.D. in Communications from the University of Southern California in 1974. She was featured in Newsweek’s 1995 “50 for the Future” a feature on the fifty people who will set policy and direction for global communications.

Dr. O’Connor has always blended her teaching, research and community service into a consistent commitment to explain the role of media in society and its impact on citizens, institutions and the democratic process and continues to teach a full load.

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About Leslie Brodie

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