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Susan Schwab


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Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland; Strategic Advisor, Government and Global Trade, Mayer Brown. Former U.S. Trade Representative; Deputy U.S. Trade Representative; President and Chief Executive Officer, University of Maryland Foundation; Dean, School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland; Director, Corporate Business Development, Motorola, Inc.; Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Director General, U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce; Legislative Director and Chief Economist and Legislative Assistant for Trade, Office of Senator John Danforth; Trade Policy Officer, American Embassy, U.S. Foreign Service, Tokyo, Japan; Trade Negotiator, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.

History of Employment

School of Public Policy
University of Maryland
Strategic Advisor
Government and Global Trade
Mayer Brown
U.S. Trade Representative
Deputy U.S. Trade Representative
President and Chief Executive Officer
University of Maryland Foundation
School of Public Affairs
University of Maryland
Corporate Business Development
Motorola, Inc.
Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Director General
U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service
U.S. Department of Commerce
Legislative Director and Chief Economist
Office of Senator John Danforth
Legislative Assistant for Trade
Office of Senator John Danforth
Trade Policy Officer
American Embassy
U.S. Foreign Service, Tokyo, Japan
Trade Negotiator
Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
Primary Sector of Expertise


Management Matters Podcast

Grand Challenge: Advance National Interests in a Changing Global Context

International Trade and Public Administration with Susan Schwab

Season: 1 Episode:140 | December 19, 2022

Show Notes:

On this episode, we welcome Susan Schwab, Former United States Trade Representative for George Bush (43) and Academy Fellow, to discuss how trade influences policy, the importance of interagency collaboration in a trade policy, and how we can progress toward our country's goals through trade.