- Senior Vice President, International Member Relations & Senior Vice President, Middle East & Turkey, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Khush Choksy is senior vice president of International Member Relations at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. In this capacity, he oversees member engagement and fundraising across the International Division and its over 30 business councils and programs. He also leads the Chamber’s programs in the Middle East, Turkey, and Central Asia.
As the head of International Member Relations, Choksy is responsible for member services across all the U.S. Chamber’s companies that are part of its International Division.
As senior vice president of the Middle East and Turkey Department, Choksy’s responsibilities include oversight of several bilateral business councils and programs. Under his leadership, the Middle East portfolio has expanded to become the U.S. Chamber’s largest international program and represents over 250 companies. Choksy also led the effort to integrate the U.S.-India Business Council into the U.S. Chamber.
Before joining the Chamber, Choksy was a director at Chemonics International. There, he led teams developing economic ties between the United States and the Middle East. He lived and worked in Jordan for seven years, and also lived and worked in India, Sri Lanka, and the U.K. Prior to that, Choksy worked for the Parsons Corporation. He is a recognized thought leader on the role of international business in the global economy.
Choksy received his M.B.A. in strategic management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and his B.A., magna cum laude, from Hamilton College. He lives with his wife and daughter in Chevy Chase, Maryland.