Daniella Goncalves

Daniella Goncalves

Assistant Policy & Program Manager, Corporate Responsibility and Labor Affairs
Tel: 212.703.5083

Daniella Goncalves is Assistant Policy and Program Manager, based in USCIB’s New York office. Goncalves supports USCIB Vice President for Corporate Responsibility and Labor Affairs Gabriella Rigg Herzog across the Corporate Responsibility & Labor Affairs policy portfolio.

Goncalves is a recent graduate of Columbia University where she received her degree in Human Rights from the School of General Studies, and has worked in several roles with a focus on public policy or public interest. She has experience in the private sector, having worked most recently with Verisk, where she did reviews of state regulatory developments in the financial and insurance fields.

Recent USCIB News

Hampl Discusses China and USMCA at Investor Conference (5/20/2019) - Last week, Eva Hampl, Senior Director, Investment, Trade and Financial Services, spoke on a panel entitled Trade & Tariffs – Today & Tomorrow at the annual MLP & Energy Infrastructure Conference (MEIC 2019). The panel, which also included Colin Bird from the Embassy of Canada, and Karen Antebi from the Embassy of Mexico, provided a macro perspective on current trade issues.
Annual Proskauer Lecture Analyzes Challenges of Arbitration Community (5/20/2019) - As in previous years, USCIB was honored to co-sponsor the 7th annual Proskauer Lecture on International Arbitration along with Proskauer, Columbia University School of Law's Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration Law and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Court of Arbitration. Taking place on May 14, the event featured a lecture by widely respected commercial and investment arbitrator Mark Kantor.
Governments Actively Engaged at WTO E-Commerce Negotiations (5/20/2019) - In an effort to support e-commerce negotiations at the World Trade Organization (WTO), USCIB has been contributing to the Digital Trade Network, led by Nick Ashton-Hart.
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