Stephanie Phillipps is a communications veteran who, during her time as a partner at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP (“Arnold & Porter”), advised wireless, cable, satellite, media, and internet service providers on a broad range of transactions, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, corporate governance, and regulatory issues. Having successfully navigated over $300 billion in complex merger proceedings, Ms. Phillips thoroughly comprehends dynamic business models and how regulatory schemes affect transactions and growth strategy. Ms. Phillipps currently serves as a senior advisor to Grain Management LLC, a private equity fund which invests in the communications sector, as Treasurer and board member of the Clara Elizabeth Jackson Carter Foundation, a foundation that supports educational and cultural programs for disadvantaged youth and families, as co-founder and board member of the Harvard Law School Black Alumni Network, as board member of The Ellington Fund, which supports the only public school in Washington D.C. dedicated to the creative arts, and as founder and Chief Executive Officer of Genkast LLC, a start-up company providing digital services targeting mothers of Black children. Ms. Phillipps retired from Arnold & Porter in 2019. Ms. Phillips previously served as an experienced advocate before the Federal Communications Commission and other regulatory agencies and public bodies. Ms. Phillips received a B.A. from Harvard College and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.