J.H. Snider is the President
of iSolon.org, a non-profit institute whose purpose is to
bring paradigm changing ideas on the policy implications of
new information technologies to the fore of public discussion.
In 2001 he co-founded the Spectrum Policy Program at the New
America Foundation, a Washington-DC-based think tank, where
he served as a fellow and research director from 2001-2007.
Prior to that, he was an American Political Science Association
Congressional Fellow in Communications and Public Policy,
a University Fellow at Northwestern University, and Senior
Research Assistant at the Harvard Business School. His works
on information policy include Future Shop: How New Technologies
Will Change the Way We Shop and What We Buy (St. Martin’s,
1992), the Citizen’s Guide to the Airwaves
(New America Foundation 2003), and The Art of Spectrum
Lobbying: America's $480 Billion Spectrum Giveaway, How it
Happened, and How to Prevent it from Recurring (New America
Foundation 2007). He holds a Ph.D. in American Government
from Northwestern University, an MBA from the Harvard Business
School, and an AB from Harvard College.