Bradley Bourne Joins ICC as Public Policy Fellow

The Intelligent Car Coalition is pleased to announce that Bradley Bourne has joined ICC as a Public Policy Fellow.

“We are very happy to have Bradley join the ICC team,” Catherine McCullough, Intelligent Car Coaltion Executive Director said. “His background is a great fit for the public policy issues our members manage in the dynamic autonomous and connected car space.”

“This is an exciting opportunity for me,” Bourne said. “ICC plays a pivotal role in the continued development of transportation safety and efficiency. I am confident that my background and experience in telecommunications will aid in that development.”

Bourne earned his J.D. from Michigan State University in May 2017. As an Articles Editor for the Michigan State International Law Review, he researched the issue of international internet governance, and helped organize the journal’s 2017 symposium on international space law. Most recently, Bourne was a legal intern for the Federal Communications Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau, where he focused on issues pertaining to broadband privacy.

Prior to earning his law degree, Bourne earned his B.A., with distinction and honors in telecommunications, from Indiana University in Bloomington. He is from Indianapolis, Indiana.