Jodi Bond, member of APCO’s International Advisory Council, was executive vice president and head of global government and industry affairs for Chubb Limited. There she managed local, state, federal and global corporate stakeholder engagement as well as CEO initiatives such as the Geneva Institute, the Business Roundtable and the chairmanship of the U.S.-China Business Council.
Prior to Chubb, Ms. Bond served as senior vice president of the international division at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce where her portfolio included head of executive board management/president of seven bi-lateral business councils. Her work involved engaging heads of state, foreign ministers, Ambassadors, think tanks, NGOs, senior executives and the U.S. government to facilitate greater trade and investment outcomes overseas for a network of 22,000 U.S. companies.
Prior to joining the Chamber, Ms. Bond was vice president of global government relations and country management for the Motorola Corporation. She managed global government advocacy in 165 countries, a corporate operations structure of 70 country managers/presidents, and served as regional director of country management for the Americas and Israel. In this capacity she coordinated all corporate advocacy strategies involving integrated legal, compliance, tax, foundation and external stakeholder engagement on a global basis. Before that, Ms. Bond was appointed deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy for national security and congressional affairs and held positions with the law firms of Hopkins & Sutter and Foley & Lardner, the U.S. House of Representatives and the Washington State House of Representatives.
Ms. Bond holds a B.A. in politics from Whitman College and an M.A. in government from Johns Hopkins University. She also studied international relations and economics at the University of London. Previous board appointments include the Corporate Council on Africa, U.S. Global Leadership Campaign, Women Corporate Directors, and Refugees International. Ms. Bond currently serves as an independent director on the boards of FPC Gamma and Fifth Street Asset Management (NASDAQ: FSAM) and is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), the Economic Club of Washington and the Advisory Council of Women Business Collaborative (WBC).