Megan Giblin manages USCIB’s work on customs policy, and provides support on trade and investment policy, handling issue management, policy development, and staff support for USCIB committees and working groups. Additionally, she serves as an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) representative to the World Customs Organization’s Harmonized Systems Committee.
Giblin has more than a decade of public- and private-sector experience, focused on customs, trade facilitation, trade policy and advocacy. She has served as business operations manager in Hewlett-Packard Company’s global trade department, working on customs, trade policy and trade facilitation matters. Additionally, Giblin has served as a cleared advisor to the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, participating in and co-chairing the Industry Trade Advisory Committee (ITAC) on Customs and Trade Facilitation Matters.
Giblin earned an MBA in international management and a Chinese studies certificate from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and holds a bachelor’s degree in French and Spanish from Illinois State University. She has lived and studied extensively in Western Europe and the Far East.
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