Stefanie Holland

Former Director, International Policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Stefanie Holland is the former Director for International Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

While at the Chamber from 2007-2016, Stefanie worked on successful campaigns to win congressional passage of trade agreements with a handful of nations, including most recently, Colombia, Panama and South Korea. She played a key role in the Chamber’s international business priorities and promoting the Chamber’s international trade agenda including: Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank on behalf of the business community.

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The Export-Import Bank Boosts Sales, Jobs in Alabama

From 2007 to 2014, Ex-Im backed nearly $788 million of Alabama exports at 82 different companies. These export sales supported nearly 4,000 jobs.

South Carolina Businesses Rely on the Export-Import Bank

Ex-Im supported nearly 8,000 jobs in South Carolina and has enabled the state to export an additional $1.232 billion worth of goods.

Why Louisiana’s Small Businesses Need the Export-Import Bank

The Export-Import Bank has helped Louisiana companies export more than $2 billion worth of goods and services to markets in Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia, and has supported nearly 10,000 jobs in the state.

Why the Export-Import Bank is Vital to Small Businesses in Texas

The Export-Import Bank financed $22 billion in exports for 1,345 Texas businesses and supported more than 135,000 jobs since 2007.

VIDEO: Boogie Boards, Wrenches, and Clay: Small Businesses Make the Case for Exports

Boogie Boards, Wrenches, and Clay: Small Businesses Make the Case for Exports

Small businesses across the country are working with the U.S. Chamber to tell their export story as part of the Faces of Trade initiative. This video feature three companies who are increasing jobs and growth through trade.

The Importance of Imports to American Workers and Families

Crossposted from Imports Work

Today, as “Imports Work for America” week continues, we’re focusing on American workers and families.

With more than 10 million Americans out of work, creating new jobs is arguably our nation’s top priority.