Elizabeth Guillot

Cybersecurity Policy Analyst

Elizabeth Guillot assists clients with both domestic and international cybersecurity issues. Previously, Elizabeth was an associate manager of international policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, where she focused on trade policy and digital economy issues to support the Chamber’s international trade advocacy. She has experience monitoring and analyzing high-priority policy issues, maintaining ongoing communication with government officials, and producing written products on behalf of companies across a variety of sectors. Elizabeth is currently pursuing an M.A. in Security Studies from Georgetown University.

Credentials
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Education

  • B.A. Political Science Clemson University 2016
    • Dean’s List
    • President’s List
    • Political Science Honor Society

Professional Memberships and Activities

  • Women in International Trade
    • Officer of the Board
    • Former co-chair, Legislative Initiatives Programing