J Travis Mosier

Adjunct Senior Fellow, Energy, Economics, & Security Program

Executive Advisor for Technology Partnerships, Public Policy & Strategy, mySilicon Compass, LLC.

J Travis Mosier is a technology, semiconductor, and global policy expert with a distinguished track record in spearheading federal initiatives that have improved market access, increased exports, enhanced the domestic investment climate, and strengthened supply chain resiliency. Mosier serves as an Executive Advisor for Technology Partnerships, Public Policy & Strategy at mySilicon Compass, LLC.

Mosier spent the last twelve years serving in the U.S. Department of Commerce, where he was recently awarded by Secretary Gina Raimondo with the Gold Medal, the Department’s highest honor, for his work on semiconductor supply chain resiliency. Most recently, Mosier served as a Senior International Trade Specialist and a seasoned Semiconductor Industry Policy Analyst in the Office of Health and Information Technologies in the Industry and Analysis division of the International Trade Administration. Spanning three administrations, Mosier consistently helped shape U.S. government policy on technology and semiconductors by building stakeholder coalitions and driving high-level decision makers towards a deeper understanding of industry, assessing key challenges and opportunities, and ultimately delivering results for the U.S. business community and public interest.

Mosier graduated with a Master’s in International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He received his B.A. in International Studies from the University of Iowa with a minor in Spanish. Mosier is fluent in Spanish and has professional proficiency in Mandarin, having lived and worked in China for over eight years.

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