Vice President of the Law and Policy Group
Peter Cleveland is Vice President of the Law and Policy Group at the Intel Corporation. He is responsible for establishing favorable legal, regulatory, statutory and market rules and policies to enable the company’s global business success.
Cleveland acts as Intel's public policy liaison to foreign governments and regulatory bodies as well as the US Congress and Trump Administration in Washington, DC. He also represents Intel on the boards of trade associations and related organizations, including the Information Technology Industry Council, National Committee on US China Relations, US Information and Technology Organization, Transatlantic Business Council, National Association of Manufacturers, US-ASEAN Business Council, and the US Council for International Business. He presently co-chairs the Asia Task Force Program at the US Chamber of Commerce.
Cleveland joined Intel in 2008 from the office of US Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) where he served as Chief of Staff. Previously, he worked as an attorney for an international law firm. He received his JD degree from Georgetown University and his BA degree from Columbia University. He is a member of the New York and District of Columbia Bar Associations and the Council on Foreign Relations. Over a thirty year career in law and public policy, Cleveland has authored articles and op-eds and served as a panelist at numerous trade and nonprofit organization events concerning international technology matters.