Federal Trade Commission nominee Alvaro Bedoya reported earning more than $350,000 over a 19-month period from his twin roles as a professor at Georgetown University Law Center and director of the school’s Center on Privacy & Technology, according to a financial statement.

Bedoya, who was nominated for a seven-year term as FTC commissioner earlier this month, reported making about $286,000 from his teaching role and about $71,000 from running the privacy center, according to a financial disclosure form.