Alexa Lee is a Senior Manager of Policy at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) focusing on trust and data innovation issues. In this role, she focuses on ITI members’ priorities on cybersecurity, privacy, and innovative technologies. Before joining ITI, Lee received a Prudential fellowship at the Brookings Institute’s Center for East Asia Studies, where she researched and organized policy discussions on China, cross-strait relations, and Asian economy issues. She interned at the US House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee where she helped prepare congressional hearings and memos on South China Sea disputes and US-Asia relations. She has also spent a year at the US Chamber of Commerce’s Asia team where she assisted advocacy dialogue on Asia trade and business discussions. Lee is an Associate Editor of the New America/Stanford University DigiChina Initiative, where she contributes analysis on Chinese ICT policies. Lee is also serving as co-chair for the IT Sector Coordinating Council (ITSCC) Botnet Policy Working Group, working closely with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Lee is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) recognized by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Lee holds a Masters in International Economics from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, where she focused on energy and environment policy and Southeast Asia Studies. She is a native of Taiwan and speaks Mandarin, Japanese, and Bahasa Indonesian.