Alexander Botting

Alexander Botting
Director for Global Regulatory Cooperation

Alex Bottingis a Director in the Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation. In this role, he leads the Chamber’s international activities in the areas of agricultural trade & investment, cybersecurity policy and regulatory cooperation.

Botting joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in May 2016

Before joining the Chamber, Botting spent two years in Chicago as a Consultant at Euromonitor International, where he worked with a range of Fortune 500 companies, supporting the development of their new market entry and product development strategies. Prior to that, Botting worked for three years at Fabiani & Company, where he served as Director in the company’s international practice. He led the lobbying and public relations strategies of a number of Fabiani clients located in EMEA and Asia.

Botting, originally from the U.K., holds a bachelor’s degree in politics and international studies from the University of Warwick and a master’s degree in political management from The George Washington University, where he was the recipient of an academic fellowship. He has written op-eds on a range of international issues for publications such as The Hill and World Policy Journal.

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