Mr. Anderson is currently Senior Counsel to the President of the United States Chamber of Commerce where he chairs a Chamber effort focusing on the need for greater international regulatory cooperation and where he spearheads a broad-based coalition in an effort to pass legislation dealing with attorney/client privilege. Mr. Anderson remains Chairman of Global USA, Inc., a consulting company he founded. Global USA is involved in representing a number of domestic and international interests. He is also involved in the development of a new cutting-edge interactive website focusing on political issues of the day.
Mr. Anderson has been involved in national political affairs since 1972. He served in the White House during the Nixon Administration and as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations under Henry Kissinger. He has been involved in managing a number of Republican conventions and served as Counsel to the Reagan-Bush Campaign in 1980. He also held a senior position in the in the Presidential Transition of that year. Mr. Anderson has received a number of Presidential appointments, including membership on the President's Advisory Committee on Trade Negotiations and the Presidential Commission on Personnel Interchange. He chaired the U.S. delegation to the United Nations conference on New and Renewable Energy Resources in 1981.
Mr. Anderson currently serves on the Board of Directors of Global USA, Inc; the National Chamber Litigation Center; the Institute for Legal Reform; the Center for International Private Enterprise, an organization that fosters democracy around the world; and the Board of Advisors of Westmont College. Mr. Anderson also served on the Board of Directors of two public companies, CB Richard Ellis and Aegis Communications Group.
Mr. Anderson graduated from Westmont College where he was a Small College All-American basketball player, and he received his law degree from Williamette University where he was a member of the Law Review.more » « less