Semiconductor Manufacturing and Supply Chain Disruption
November 09, 2022 • 12:30 PM • Law School 3037
Join The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law, the Duke Sanford Cyber Policy Program, and DQ-Certificate in Digital Intelligence Program of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society for a program focusing on the importance of semiconductors in the global economy with Jimmy Goodrich, Vice President for Global Policy, Semiconductor Industry Association. This program is part of a series of events focusing on the policy issues surrounding semiconductor manufacturing and supply chain. Lunch will be provided. Contact Bonnie Blundell (email@example.com).
Jimmy Goodrich is vice president for global policy at the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA). In his current position, Mr. Goodrich leads SIA’s global policy team and works to advance SIA’s international and trade policy agenda to ensure the U.S. semiconductor industry maintains its competitiveness in key markets across the globe. He is the Executive Committee Chair of the United States Information Technology Office (USITO) in Beijing, representing SIA in his capacity. Before joining SIA, Mr. Goodrich was director of global policy at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) in Washington D.C., and he also worked for Cisco Systems in Beijing as director for Greater China government affairs. Mr. Goodrich has a bachelor’s degree in comparative politics and East Asian studies from Ohio University. He is fluent in Mandarin.