Kelli A. Emerick is a technology lobbyist.
- BA in Political Science from the University of Southern California
- MA in Telecommunications from the George Washington University
Kelli Emerick was a Vice President of Downey McGrath Group (Downey Chandler) before she joined R. Duffy Wall & Associates (RDWA), a lobbying firm of Fleishman-Hillard International Communications. The 'Leadership Directories' reported on January 2, 2001 that she was promoted to vice president at RDWA.  GPC International (another lobbying firm of Fleishman-Hillard International Communications) and RDWA merged on July 9, 2001 into FH/GPC  and Ms. Emerick became a vice president at FH/GPC. She left FH/GPC together with Marc Pearl and they founded on August 19, 2003 IT Policy Solutions.  Kelli Emerick has represented clients like Ericsson, Microsoft, SAP America, and Teledesic.
- Research Fellow with the Institute for Policy Innovation's Center for Technology Freedom
- President at IT Policy Solutions
- member of the board of the University of Southern California Alumni Club
- member of the board of the Bill Emerson Group Charities
Bartlett Cleland is the director of IPI's Center for Technology Freedom, which was created around February 2000 when Mr. Cleland joined IPI.