#17 Julie Stitzel, V.P. of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness “Helping Small Biz & Creating Fintech Policy”


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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness Vice President, Julie Stitzel, joins Jonathan & Michael to chat about the U.S. Chamber’s focus on small business education support, and the United States competitive position in currency, digital assets & tech innovation.

ABOUT JULIE STITZEL

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Julie Stitzel is Vice President of the U.S. Chamber’s Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness (CCMC) and leads the team’s efforts on consumer finance and FinTech policy.

Previously, Stitzel was the Managing Director of Policy and Strategic Initiatives of C_TEC (Chamber Technology Engagement Center), the tech policy hub of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce where she directed the development and implementation of C_TEC’s policy priorities and represented C_TEC on Capitol Hill, before the administration, and other industry organizations.

Prior to joining the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Stitzel was the senior manager for federal advocacy and policy for Etsy where she was responsible for directing federal and state legislative campaigns that focused on strengthening US micro businesses.

Prior to her work at Etsy, Stitzel directed a project at the Pew Charitable Trusts and held positions at the Brookings Institution, the Ohio State Senate and various nonprofit organizations. Stitzel is a graduate of Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and Ohio University.

Follow Julie on Twitter: @julie_stitzel

ABOUT THE U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CENTER FOR CAPITAL MARKETS COMPETITIVENESS

The Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness’s (CCMC) mission is to advance America’s global leadership in capital formation by supporting diverse capital markets that are the most fair, transparent, efficient, and innovative in the world. CCMC advocates on behalf of American businesses to ensure that legislation and regulation strengthen our capital markets allowing businesses—from the local flower shop to a multinational manufacturer—to mitigate risks, manage liquidity, access credit, and raise capital.

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