Jonathan Huneke

Jonathan Huneke

VP, Communications and Public Affairs
Tel: 212.703.5043

Jonathan Huneke is responsible for USCIB’s strategic communications, including media relations, publications, online content and high-level public events. He also manages the work of USCIB’s Marketing and Advertising Committee.

Huneke rejoined USCIB in 2000, having previously served as a program manager covering foreign investment and intellectual property matters, among other issues. In the intervening period, he was a U.S. based representative of the Canadian province of Quebec, acting as corporate liaison and public affairs manager during the period surrounding Quebec’s 1995 sovereignty referendum.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from the New School for Social Research and a master’s degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.

Huneke is a member of the Overseas Press Club of America, Public Policy Communicators of New York City and the Public Relations Society of New York.

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Recent Articles by Jonathan

USCIB Helps Mark World Trade Week NYC (5/14/2019) - Supporters of international trade gathered at New York's Baruch College to celebrate local export success stories.
Nobody Wins in Escalation of U.S.-China Trade Fight, Says USCIB (5/9/2019) - USCIB appealed to the U.S. and China to ratchet down their trade fight after the latest U.S. move to raise duties.
Latest US Business Tax Dialogue With OECD to Focus on Digital Economy (4/23/2019) - Companies will meet with officials from the OECD and national governments at a June conference in Washington, DC

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Jonathan’s Committees

Marketing and Advertising - The Marketing and Advertising Committee furthers the interests of U.S. business with respect to international regulation of marketing, advertising and consumer issues, and promotes self-regulation to encourage the integrity of marketing, and as an alternative to unnecessary government intervention.

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