Maggie Henkin joined the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) in August 2019 as the Manager for Public Advocacy working on their Global Trade and Market Access Committee. CompTIA supports policies that enable the information technology industry to thrive in the global marketplace. We work to promote investment and innovation, market access, robust cybersecurity solutions, commonsense privacy policies, streamlined procurement, and a skilled IT workforce.
As CompTIA’s Public Advocacy Manager, Ms. Henkin helps technology companies compete and prosper in the global economy. She has led multi-association coalition meetings on the Hill with key constituents to support the passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA). Additionally, Ms. Henkin monitors and tracks Section 301 tariff developments in China as well as reports on the possible trade agreements with both Japan and India and developments around the WTO’s E-Commerce Moratorium.
Most recently, Ms. Henkin was the Manager of Operations for Asia at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s International Division. There, Ms. Henkin provided programmatic expertise in the Asia team’s largest events, including hosting Heads of State of various Asian countries such as President Moon (South Korea), President Widodo (Indonesia), Prime Minister Turnbull (Australia), Prime Minister Key (New Zealand), Prime Minister Prayut (Thailand), and even Burmese politician and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Aung San Suu Ki.
A mostly Maryland native, Ms. Henkin earned her Bachelor’s in Communication from the University of Maryland, College Park, and her Master’s in Public Policy at George Mason University. Ms. Henkin is an active member of the DC WIIT chapter as the OWIT Liaison and CompTIA is a corporate sponsor of OWIT