BALTIMORE – United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai today participated in a roundtable discussion with United Kingdom Secretary of State for International Trade Anne-Marie Trevelyan during the U.S.-UK Dialogues on the Future of Atlantic Trade.
During the roundtable, Ambassador Tai and Secretary Trevelyan heard directly from labor and business stakeholders, including local leaders in Baltimore, about how the United States and United Kingdom can jointly advance trade policies that benefits workers and businesses in both countries.
In her opening remarks, Ambassador Tai urged the group to consider how the United States and United Kingdom could harness their resources to promote inclusive, fair, and responsible growth in a way that benefit domestic and global economies.
In addition to Ambassador Tai, Secretary Trevelyan, and their respective staffs, the meeting included:
- Tiffany Atwell, Ecolab
- Rasheed Aziz, CityWide Youth Development
- Ann Bailey, Morgan Stanley
- Tres Bailey, Ecolab
- Barry Becton, Diageo
- Miles Celic, TheCityUK
- Marjorie Chorlins, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
- Sabina Ciofu, TechUK
- Jake Colvin, National Foreign Trade Council
- Sam Curreri, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 24
- Ben Davis, United Steelworkers
- Michael DiPaula-Coyle, IBM
- Duncan Edwards, BritishAmerican Business
- Eric Gottwald, AFL-CIO
- Mary Kane, Maryland Chamber of Commerce
- Aimee Meacham, BT
- Ken Monahan, National Association of Manufacturers
- Paul Nolan, McCormick & Co.
- Paul Nowak, UK Trade Union Congress
- April Richardson, Food Opportunity
- Richard Rumbelow, Make UK
- David Weller, Google