Glen Echo Group has recruited Rachel Wolbers, who served as head of global engagement at Meta’s oversight board for more than three years, for the VP tech policy worldwide post.
Prior to Meta, Wolbers served as an internet and telecommunications policy specialist at the Dept. of Commerce and on Capitol Hill. She also was policy director at Engine Advocacy, a non-profit tech policy, research and advocacy organization that works to bridge the gap between policymakers and startups.
Maura Corbett, GEG founder, said her firm has worked with Wolbers throughout her career. Her shop represents Engine Advocacy. “Glen Echo Group gains an expert navigator to help guide our clients and partners through this next chapter of the technology revolution,” Corbett said.
Wolbers said she’s eager to “address some of the trickiest problems facing the technology industry through stakeholder engagement and education."
Based in Washington with offices in Chicago and Amsterdam, GEG has counseled Broadcom, Google. Netflix, Intuit, Pew Charitable Trusts, Reporters Without Borders, and Consumer Technology Assn.
BerlinRosen in 2022 took a majority stake in GEG.