Global Policy VP, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company
Vice President of Global Government Affairs at the largest contract semiconductor company in the world. Direct policy, legislative, legal, regulatory and standards matters. TSMC manufactures leading edge silicon and maintains a $500 billion market capitalization.
Previously, I worked at Intel as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel. I also served on Capitol Hill for sixteen years for lawmakers on the Senate Finance and Foreign Relations Committees and Chief of Staff for California Senator Dianne Feinstein. My experience includes advising clients as an attorney in private practice. I graduated from Columbia University (BA) and Georgetown University (JD). Member of the New York and District of Columbia Bars and Council on Foreign Relations.
Over a twenty-five year career, I have chaired the BOD of trade associations, such as the Information Technology Industry Council and the Trans Atlantic Business Council, and helped drive industry consensus on challenging issues, including U.S. economic policy towards China, immigration reform, IP protection, free trade agreements and tech export controls.
- 23 March, 2021
- 09:10 - 10:55