Jennifer Meng is director of global policy at SIA, offering direct support for SIA’s international trade and global policy priorities, with a focus on China policy and WTO priorities. Jennifer joined SIA in 2018. Jennifer leads SIA in the World Semiconductor Council, a cooperative global body dedicated to promoting a free, open, and globally competitive trading environment for semiconductor products. Her work also entails promoting US semiconductor industry priorities in the WTO, including the WTO Information Technology Agreement and the E-Commerce Initiative. She works closely with SIA member companies, the U.S. administration, domestic and international companies and business associations, and foreign government officials. Jennifer has prior experience working for the high-tech industry, including positions at the Albright Stonebridge Group, Eurasia Group, and the US Chamber of Commerce. She has a B.A. in political science and economics from the University of Toronto, and an M.A. in Asian Studies from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. She grew up in China and Canada and is fluent in Mandarin. She lives with her two dogs in Washington, D.C.
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