Brussels Forum Session: The Future of Transatlantic Economic Competitiveness
Bruce H. Andrews has more than 30 years of public policy and government relations experience. He is corporate vice president and chief government affairs officer at Intel Corporation, where he leads Intel’s global government affairs group and oversees the company’s government affairs and public policy functions and strategies. Prior to Intel, Andrews served as senior vice president and managing partner, co-leading global government affairs, at SoftBank group.
Andrews served previously as managing director at Rock Creek Global Advisors, an international economic and trade policy advisory firm. He served as deputy secretary of the US Department of Commerce from 2014 to 2017, and chief of staff to the Secretary from 2011 to 2014. Prior to the Commerce Department, Andrews served as general counsel of the Senate Commerce Committee for Chairman Jay Rockefeller, and vice president of Governmental Affairs for Ford Motor Company, where he oversaw US federal and state government affairs. Before that, he was one of the founding members of Quinn Gillespie & Associates. Additionally, Andrews was an attorney at Arnold & Porter, legislative director to Congressman Tim Holden and started his career with Senator Alan Cranston.
Andrews is a graduate of Haverford College and the Georgetown University Law Center.