Marjorie Dickman is Global Director and Associate General Counsel in the Law and Policy Group at Intel Corporation. She is responsible for worldwide government affairs and public policy for the company’s Automated Driving and Internet of Things (IoT) businesses.

Marjorie brings over 20 years of legislative, regulatory, political and legal expertise in the technology sector. Currently, she manages a global team that leads Intel’s engagement with U.S. and international governments on IoT and Automated Driving policy, including self-driving and connected vehicles, AI, mobility-as-a-service, cybersecurity, data privacy, industrial automation, cloud computing and 5G.

Prior to joining Intel in 2004, Marjorie practiced law in Washington, D.C., advising telecom and media clients on legal, policy and transactional matters. She graduated cum laude from Duke University with a B.A. in Public Policy, and studied Politics & Media at The London School of Economics and Political Science. She graduated cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a member of The Georgetown Law Journal’s Editorial Board.

Marjorie serves on the Board of Industry Leaders of the Consumer Technology Association (CES); the Executive Board of the Eno Center for Transportation; the Board of Directors of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association; and the Advisory Board of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Engagement Center.