Chris J. Brantley has served as IEEE-USA’s managing director since 2004. He directs and manages the organization’s Washington office, supports its Board of Directors, serves on the IEEE Management Council and provides strategic direction to IEEE-USA’s government relations programs, member and professional activities and communications efforts. He previously served as IEEE-USA’s director of government relations and operations.
Prior to joining IEEE in 1989, Brantley worked for the American Association of Engineering Societies as assistant to the executive director. He earned a juris doctorate in law and master’s degree in international affairs from the American University’s Washington College of Law and School of International Service, respectively. He received a bachelor of arts in political science from Mercer University in Atlanta.
Brantley is licensed to practice law in Georgia and serves as an adjunct professor at the Washington College of Law, where he teaches a graduate seminar on international courts.
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