Jan 15, 2021
Michael Maibach, Center For the Electoral College

Michael Maibach is a seasoned professional in global business diplomacy, advisor to civic organizations, and a supporter of good causes. While in college he was elected to the DeKalb County Board (Illinois), the first person elected to public office under 21 years of age in US history.Center For the Electoral College Founder & Director. (2019 – Present)

EABC President & CEO of the European-American Business Council. Brought EABC out of bankruptcy, grew membership from 7 to 75 global companies. Opened EABC WDC and Brussels Offices. One testimony before the US Congress, one before the European Parliament. (2003-2012)

Industry Board Service/Past: American Electronics Association, European-American Business Council, Information Technology Industry Council, National Association of Manufacturers, BritishAmerican Business, California International Trade Association, RFID Technology Council, Alliance for the Protection of Software Innovation, Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies, Internet Roundtable Society, Economic Strategy Institute, California Council For International Trade, European Business Organization (first global Chairman), and the Optimos, Inc. Board of Advisors.

White House: President Bush’s National Advisory Committee on Semiconductors/Assistant to Comm. Member, Dr. Gordon Moore/Intel (1990-91). President Reagan’s Commission on Industrial Competitiveness/Assistant to Comm. Member Dr. Robert Noyce/Intel (1983-85).

US State Department: Member – Advisory Committee on International Communications & Information Policy (2012-16) & Member – Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy (2005-11).

Education: BA & MA: Northern Illinois University. BA: California State University. BS: American University. MA: Georgetown University, MA: Institute of World Politics. Currently enrolled: Ashland University American History & Government MA Program. Graduate Study: Sangamon State, Oxford (UK), Cambridge (UK), Universidad Ibero-Americana (Mexico), Institute for International Studies & Training (Japan).

Publications: Published 70+ essays (list available). Poetry on Facebook: “Poems of Michael Charles Maibach” and www.MaibachPoems.us.