Tyler Crowe

Manager of International Policy

Tyler Crowe is a Manager of IP, International at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC). He is primarily responsible for leading the Chamber’s Special 301 submission, GIPC’s IP Scholars and Champions program, and GIPC’s engagement in strategic markets.

Before joining the Chamber, Tyler spent nearly four years with the Global Policy team at the Motion Picture Association, where he consulted with World Bank researchers on market access barriers in audiovisual services trade, briefed U.S. government officials on IP trends in emerging markets, and traveled through China to assess commercial opportunities in that country’s theatrical film market. He started his career interning in the trade and investment section at the Embassy of Brazil in Washington.

Originally from Ellicott City, Maryland, he holds a B.A. in Chinese and a certificate in international agriculture and natural resources from the University of Maryland-College Park. He speaks Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, French, and (some) Mandarin Chinese.


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