Michael C. Maibach
Senior Fellow / American Federalism
is a seasoned professional in global business diplomacy, advisor to several non-profits, and a Fellow of the International Academy of Management. While in college he was elected to the DeKalb County Board (Illinois), the first person elected to public office under 21 years of age in US history.
James Wilson Institute JWI Managing Director & JWI Board of Trustees. (2015-Present)
Heritage Foundation Senior Advisor for Executive Branch Relations. (2017)
Aspen Institute / 21st Century Manufacturing Program Senior Fellow. (2012-2015)
EABC President & CEO of the European-American Business Council. Brought it out of bankruptcy, grew membership from 7 to 75 global companies. Opened EABC Brussels Office in 2005. (2003-2012)
Siebel Systems SVP, Global Government Affairs. Opened the Department, Siebel PAC & the DC Office.
In 1983, established Intel's Government Affairs Department while serving as assistant to Intel co-founder Dr. Robert Noyce, inventor of the integrated circuit. Worked closely with Intel’s first four CEOs - Dr. Noyce, Dr. Gordon Moore (Moore's Law), Dr. Andy Grove, and Dr. Craig Barrett. Opened Intel’s Washington, Brussels… and Beijing offices. Built a global team of 150+ professionals. Named Intel’s first Vice President of Global Government Affairs in 1996. Managed IPAC. Testified 18 times before the US Congress on behalf of Intel and various industry associations. (1983-2001)
White House President Bush’s National Advisory Committee on Semiconductors /Assistant to Comm. Member, Dr. Gordon Moore/Intel (1990-1991). President Reagan’s Commission on Industrial Competitiveness / Assistant to Comm. Member Dr. Robert Noyce/Intel (1983-1985).
US State Department Member - Advisory Committee on International Communications & Information Policy (2012 – 2016) & Member - Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy (2005-2011).
Industry Board Service Past service: American Electronics Association, Information Technology Industry Council, National Association of Manufacturers, BritishAmericanBusiness, California International Trade Association, RFID Technology Council, Alliance for the Protection of Software Innovation, Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies. Optimos, Inc. Board of Advisors. (1983 – 2016)
Non-Profit Board Service Current Board service: Witherspoon Institute, Washington Jefferson & Madison Institute, Faith & Law Institute, Thomas More Society of America, Foreign Policy Discussion Group, James Wilson Institute, & ConSource. Advisory Boards: Institute of World Politics, Association of College Trustees & Alumni, & the Society of Classical Poets.
Education BA & MA: Northern Illinois University. BA: California State University. BS: American University. MA: Georgetown University, MA: Institute of World Politics (IWP). Currently enrolled in Ashland University's American History & Government MA Program. Graduate study: Oxford, Cambridge, Universidad Ibero-Americana. Adjunct Professor: IWP, Anglo-American College/Prague. Published 70+ essays. Poetry at www.MaibachPoems.us. English: Fluent. Spanish: Conversational.