Ted Woodhead oversees Regulatory and Government Affairs at Rogers. Ted is a strategic leader with deep expertise in policy and regulatory matters, with over 25 years of experience in the telecommunications sector. He has represented Rogers at various proceedings before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) and other Federal departments and agencies with respect to broadcasting and telecommunications matters.
A lawyer by training, Ted was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1989. Following a few years of private legal practice in Ottawa, Ted joined the CRTC, and over the next several years assumed senior roles at the Regulator. In 2000, he joined Rogers as Director of Government Relations and Regulatory Affairs, prior to joining TELUS where he continued to take on increasingly senior roles within the telecom policy and Regulatory Affairs teams. Ted returned to Rogers in January 2020 as SVP, Regulatory.
Ted is a respected voice on issues facing the telecommunications industry and a frequent commentator at industry forums.
Ted holds a BA (Honours) in Political Studies and History from Queen’s University, and an LL.B. from the University of Windsor.