Alison Hoiem

Alison Hoiem

Senior Director, Member Services
Tel: 202.682.1291

Alison Hoiem manages USCIB’s Member Services department and works to ensure that USCIB’s policy priorities are aligned with the needs of members. She also works to recruit new members to USCIB. Prior to joining USCIB in 2008 as membership assistant, she served as an account executive at several public relations agencies, where she worked with a number of association clients.

Hoiem holds a bachelor’s degree, with honors, in international affairs and international politics from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she interned at the U.S. Department of State as well as spent a summer studying at the U.S. Foreign Policy Institute. She has also studied French language and international organizations at the Sorbonne in Paris. Hoiem enjoys traveling, particularly to Africa, and has spent a summer volunteering with a hospital in Swaziland, in southern Africa.

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Recent Articles by Alison

USCIB’s Global Impact: 2017 Update on Advocacy (8/4/2017) - Welcome to USCIB’s Global Impact – an update on USCIB’s advocacy activities around the world in support of your interests.
Global Impact – Winter 2016 (3/1/2016) - USCIB’s Global Impact offers a quarterly update on our advocacy activities around the world in support of our members' interests.
Member Staff News: New Chair for Trade and Investment Committee (9/20/2012) - Charles R. (Rick) Johnston, director and senior vice president for international government affairs with Citi, is the new chair of USCIB’s Trade and Investment Committee, which coordinates business advocacy among USCIB’s hundreds of member companies, advises the U.S. government on key trade and investment matters, and drives broader international support for open markets. “We are very excited that Rick Johnston has agreed to lead USCIB’s trade and investment policy work,” said USCIB President and CEO Peter M. Robinson. “He brings strong leadership and a truly global perspective.”

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