Alex Botting joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in May 2016 as Senior Manager 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.
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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