Carol Doran Klein manages USCIB’s Taxation Committee and represents member views on key tax policies and initiatives to the U.S. government and to various international forums. She also serves as vice chair on the executive bureau of the BIAC Tax Committee, where she represents the views of U.S. business. As vice chair she participates in meetings with senior OECD secretariat officials and members of the OECD’s Committee on Fiscal Affairs.
Prior to joining USCIB, Klein served with Deloitte and Arthur Andersen, advising clients on international tax planning. As deputy international tax counsel with the U.S. Department of the Treasury, she coordinated Treasury’s efforts on international tax legislation, participated in the development of the U.S. Model Income Tax Treaty, and managed the published guidance process. Klein also worked at the Internal Revenue Service, where she wrote and reviewed regulations and provided litigation support.
With a law degree with honors from Albany Law School and a bachelor’s degree in English from the State University of New York at Albany, Klein has served as an adjunct professor of international tax at Georgetown University. Klein was recently named to the International Tax Review’s global tax 50 and is a frequent speaker on international tax issues.
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