Chris Waldron

Chris is entering his second year as a Board Member for the National Capital Radio and Television Museum. It has been a rewarding experience for him as he has helped guide this museum through another year of existence educating the public on the history of Radio and Television. Chris is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University where he studied broadcast journalism. He is also a practicing attorney representing individuals that are active in the areas of broadcasting, digital information security and startup companies. In addition he has several years of experience representing corporations in regulatory proceedings and engaging in litigation stemming from these proceedings. He has experience in broadcast radio as a on air news reporter and fundraiser for his college radio station (WPSU). Also, he was an article writer and Editor in Chief of his law school newspaper (The New York Law School Reporter). Chris is active in the community and is a adult volunteer with Boy Scout Troop 1657 based in Prince George’s County where he has served as an Assistant Scout Master and Interim Scout Master for the troop. He is always open to discuss new ideas and approaches to problems and looks forward to continue working with his colleagues on the board of the National Capital Radio and Television Museum.