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Opening Remarks
Joanna Mao
  • Joanna Mao (Deputy Managing Director of United States Information Technology Office (USITO))

    Joanna Mao

    Deputy Managing Director of United States Information Technology Office (USITO)

    Joanna Mao joined the United States Information Technology Office (USITO) in September 2015 serving as its Deputy Managing Director. Prior to that, Joanna was employed with Lenovo, Intel, A.P. Muller. Maersk, Microsoft and Ogilvy & Mather. She has 17 years of marketing, communication and partner management experience in the information technology sector, and while serving as spokeswoman, oversaw government affairs in North Asia. Joanna was once in investment banking, providing counseling for Chinese companies seeking overseas listings while serving for ING Baring.

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Presentation
Jimmy Goodrich
  • Jimmy Goodrich (Vice President of Global Policy at Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA))

    Jimmy Goodrich

    Vice President of Global Policy at Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA)

    Vice President of Global Policy at Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) and Co-Chair of Executive Committee at USITO.

    Jimmy Goodrich joined SIA in 2015 and is vice president for global policy. In this role, Jimmy leads SIA’s global policy team and works to advance SIA’s international competitiveness, trade, supply chain, and China policy agenda. An expert in Chinese technology and innovation, Jimmy is a member of the Executive Committee for Beijing-based United States Information Technology Office (USITO), representing SIA in his capacity.

    Jimmy has a diverse background in Chinese technology policy issues. Previously he was director of China policy at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) in Washington D.C. Before moving to Washington D.C. in 2012, Jimmy spent a total of seven years working in the tech sector in China, including for Cisco Systems, APCO Worldwide, and USITO.

    Jimmy has a bachelor’s degree in comparative politics and East Asian studies from Ohio University. He is professionally fluent in Mandarin and serves on the Board of Directors of the American Mandarin Society, which promotes Mandarin-language study for young Americans.

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Q&A
Jimmy GoodrichJoanna Mao
  • Jimmy Goodrich (Vice President of Global Policy at Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA))

    Jimmy Goodrich

    Vice President of Global Policy at Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA)

    Vice President of Global Policy at Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) and Co-Chair of Executive Committee at USITO.

    Jimmy Goodrich joined SIA in 2015 and is vice president for global policy. In this role, Jimmy leads SIA’s global policy team and works to advance SIA’s international competitiveness, trade, supply chain, and China policy agenda. An expert in Chinese technology and innovation, Jimmy is a member of the Executive Committee for Beijing-based United States Information Technology Office (USITO), representing SIA in his capacity.

    Jimmy has a diverse background in Chinese technology policy issues. Previously he was director of China policy at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) in Washington D.C. Before moving to Washington D.C. in 2012, Jimmy spent a total of seven years working in the tech sector in China, including for Cisco Systems, APCO Worldwide, and USITO.

    Jimmy has a bachelor’s degree in comparative politics and East Asian studies from Ohio University. He is professionally fluent in Mandarin and serves on the Board of Directors of the American Mandarin Society, which promotes Mandarin-language study for young Americans.

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  • Joanna Mao (Deputy Managing Director of United States Information Technology Office (USITO))

    Joanna Mao

    Deputy Managing Director of United States Information Technology Office (USITO)

    Joanna Mao joined the United States Information Technology Office (USITO) in September 2015 serving as its Deputy Managing Director. Prior to that, Joanna was employed with Lenovo, Intel, A.P. Muller. Maersk, Microsoft and Ogilvy & Mather. She has 17 years of marketing, communication and partner management experience in the information technology sector, and while serving as spokeswoman, oversaw government affairs in North Asia. Joanna was once in investment banking, providing counseling for Chinese companies seeking overseas listings while serving for ING Baring.

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