Andrew Kim

Next Generation National Security Fellow, 2017

Public Policy and Government Relations, Google

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Andrew is a Senior Analyst on Google's Public Policy & Government Relations team and manages Google's engagements with the U.S. Executive Branch.  Andrew plays a leading role in shaping Google's policy agenda in security, artificial intelligence, digital trade, and transportation and infrastructure, among a wide range of other internet and technology policy issues.  Previously, Andrew was a Policy Advisor on Google's Trust & Safety team and developed product policies for Google's Search, Android, Chrome, and early-stage virtual reality and IoT products. 

Andrew started his career at the Pentagon as a Country Director for China and South Korea in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  He continued his government service at the State Department, managing North Korea political-military issues in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific affairs and then moving to Embassy Rangoon to serve as the Special Assistant to the U.S. Ambassador to Burma.

Andrew has lived and traveled extensively across Asia and is fluent in Mandarin and Korean.  He received his MPA and AB summa cum laude from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.  He is originally from New York and lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife.

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