Marjorie J. Dickman
Marjorie Dickman serves as Intel’s Global Director and Associate General Counsel. In this capacity, she is responsible for worldwide government affairs and public policy for the company’s Internet of Things (IoT) and Automated Driving businesses.
Based in Washington, D.C., Ms. Dickman brings over 20 years of policy and legal expertise, leading Intel’s engagement with the U.S. Congress, the White House, Federal agencies and international government bodies to promote policies that encourage innovation and competition and drive societal and economic transformation across the global IoT and Automated Driving marketplaces.
Ms. Dickman’s diverse legislative and regulatory portfolio spans a wide array of industry verticals, including automotive (self-driving and connected vehicles) and drones, transportation and infrastructure, manufacturing and industrial, energy and smart buildings, biometrics and wearables, finance and digital payments, telecom and media, retail and healthcare, and mobility-as-a-service and smart cities. She is a leading government affairs strategist on technology policy issues including 5G and next generation Wi-Fi networks, artificial intelligence and robotics, cloud computing and data analytics, interoperability and standards, and data privacy and cybersecurity.
Ms. Dickman serves on the Board of Industry Leaders of the Consumer Technology Association, the Board of Advisors of the Eno Center for Transportation, the Board of Directors of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association, and the Policy Advisory Board of the 5G Automotive Association. She currently Chairs the National IoT Strategy Dialogue and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Automated Vehicle Working Group.
Prior to Intel, Ms. Dickman was in private practice at the Washington, D.C. law firm of Wiley, Rein & Fielding, where she advised media, wireless, cable, telecom and investment bank clients on communications and technology law, policy and transactional matters. Ms. Dickman received her J.D. cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center, where she served on the Editorial Board of The Georgetown Law Journal. She received her B.A. cum laude in Public Policy from Duke University, and she studied Politics and Media at The London School of Economics and Political Science.