Kira Yevtukhova

Kira Yevtukhova

Acting Director of Communications
Tel: 202.617.3160

Kira Yevtukhova serves as the organization’s digital media and communications strategist. She also manages USCIB’s print and online publications, including press releases and news stories, the website, e-newsletter, annual report and quarterly magazine. In addition, Kira manages the policy work of USCIB’s Marketing & Advertising Committee, working closely with the International Chamber of Commerce.

Prior to this role, Kira worked for over two years as USCIB’s Communications Manager, and before that with USCIB’s Policy Department for five years, focusing on the sustainable development goals, climate change, environment, healthcare, food & agriculture, intellectual property and international product policy related issues.

Kira earned her MBA in 2019 from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. She is also a graduate of Mount Holyoke College where she obtained her BA in International Relations and Russian Eurasian Studies. Before joining USCIB, she took part in The Hertog Global Strategy Initiative at Columbia University and has work experience at the British Council in New York and at the European Union in Brussels, Belgium.

Recent Articles by Alison

USCIB Welcomes Senate Approval of USMCA (1/16/2020) - USCIB Welcomes Senate Approval of USMCA
USCIB Commends Phase 1 China Deal, Urges Further Negotiations (1/15/2020) - China continues to be an important market for U.S. business, and we recognize the progress on food and agricultural export opportunities in this agreement. It also addresses issues related to resolving intellectual property theft and forced technology transfer, which negatively affect the global competitiveness of our companies, but more remains to be done to ensure American companies are afforded a level playing field in China.
USCIB Welcomes Bipartisan Breakthrough on USMCA (12/11/2019) - USCIB issued a statement on the announcement on December 10 of a bipartisan deal between the Trump administration and the House of Representatives leadership to move the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) trade agreement, updating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), to expeditious enactment.

Browse More

USCIB on Social Media