U.S. Chamber of Commerce Appoints Crystal Roberts Jezierski as Associate General Counsel

Wednesday, February 3, 2021 - 9:30am

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today announced Crystal Roberts Jezierski has joined as Associate General Counsel and provide legal advice to a broad range of Chamber executives and employees.

"We are incredibly fortunate to have Crystal join our outstanding team at the Chamber,” said U.S. Chamber of Commerce General Counsel John F. Wood. “Crystal is a unique talent and exemplifies the Chamber’s commitment to build a bigger, better, and stronger Chamber of the future. She has worked at one of the world’s largest companies, a leading law firm, the U.S. Congress, and the Department of Justice. She has proven herself a tremendous success in each of these endeavors. I have known Crystal for many years and have the utmost confidence in her.”

Jezierski joins the Chamber from Walmart Inc., where she was Senior Vice President of Global Ethics. In addition to corporate counsel experience, Jezierski brings over 20 years of legal experience in the private and public policy sectors, including stints as a Partner with global law firm Baker McKenzie and as Chief Counsel for Oversight and Investigations with the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives.

She is a graduate of the College of William and Mary School of Law and Denison University and is a member of the District of Columbia Bar.

“The Chamber’s mission as the voice of the business community in Washington, DC, is more important now than ever. I’m excited for the opportunity to contribute to that mission and honored to work with the outstanding team of accomplished experts and professionals that make the Chamber what it is,” said Crystal Jezierski.

Last year, the Chamber began to execute on a strategic plan of action to ensure that the Chamber’s advocacy, influence, and impact strengthen in the years ahead. The plan calls for recruiting new talent and elevating existing talent; bolstering and diversifying our leadership and staff; expanding our relationships on Capitol Hill by championing bipartisan solutions and restoring a governing center; serving our long-time members in new ways while attracting new types of companies; and investing in technology to support how we work and to deliver a data-driven member experience.  The Chamber has remained powerful for over 100 years because—like our members—we are constantly innovating, improving, and investing for the future.