Abby Shapiro

Abby Shapiro

Executive Vice President, Strategy and Business Development
Tel: 212.703.5064

Abby Shapiro is responsible for evaluating and growing new products, services and programs that provide new revenue streams to USCIB, add value to membership and support USCIB’s mission and vision. An entrepreneur with over 25 years’ experience in the development and marketing of services for global trade, Shapiro was the founder and CEO of International Strategies, Inc., a software services company whose clients included many world-class businesses. In 2006, she joined USCIB as director of marketing where she was responsible for organizational marketing, especially its diverse array of trade and business services.

Shapiro has extensive experience in the philanthropy sector, particularly in international policy, fundraising and social planning, has served on numerous philanthropic boards and has been a featured speaker at seminars and educational conferences in international trade development. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Russell Sage College.

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Incoterms® 2020 (4/19/2019) - Incoterms® 2020 will be released in Fall 2020. Subscribe today to keep updated about Incoterms® 2020.
2018 USCIB International Leadership Award Dinner (8/24/2018) - USCIB is delighted to honor Paul Polman, chief executive officer of Unilever. Each year this gala event attracts several hundred industry leaders, government officials and members of the diplomatic community to celebrate open markets and the recipient of USCIB’s highest honor. Established in 1980, USCIB’s International Leadership Award is presented to a senior business executive who has made significant policy contributions to […]
UN Environment Assembly Focuses on Role of Business (3/20/2017) - Norine Kennedy, USCIB’s expert on environment and climate change policy and one of two official business focal point representatives for the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), recently attended UN Environment Assembly (UNEA3) preparatory meetings in Nairobi (March 7-10).

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