Timothy J. Keeler is a partner in the Government and Global Trade Group at Mayer Brown LLP. Tim previously served as the Chief of Staff of the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, as a senior official at the US Treasury Department, and on the international trade staff of the Senate Finance Committee.
Tim provides legal and strategic advice to clients on matters including: Read more »
Dorothy is member of Microsoft’s US Government Affairs team in Washington, D.C. and is responsible for leading the company’s policy efforts on international trade and economic issues, focusing on open markets for services and devices. She is an experienced trade negotiator and expert in trade policy, and works on behalf of Microsoft before the Executive Branch, Congress, international organizations and foreign governments. Within the company she supports Microsoft’s subsidiaries on international trade and economic issues. Read more »
David Weller is Head of Global Trade Policy at Google based in Washington, DC. Prior to joining Google in December 2013, he was a partner at WilmerHale, where he advised technology and other clients regarding foreign market access barriers, WTO disputes, and trade policy issues. Read more »
Steve Adler is IBM's Information Strategist. He founded the IBM Data Governance Council in 2004, created the Data Governance Maturity Model in 2006, was listed among the Top 100 most influential people in Financial Services by Treasury & Risk Magazine in 2008, and created the Information Governance Community in 2010. Steve serves on the advisory board of the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg Germany, and on the Steering Committee of the Global Forum.
Linda Rosen is the chief executive officer of Change the Equation. Her career has focused on scaling up research-based best practices, and working with states, localities, and corporations to implement these practices to ensure long-term sustainability and success.
Previously, Dr. Rosen was the senior vice president for the National Alliance of Business and Senior Advisor to U.S.