Charlie oversees the development and execution of government relations and strategic communications strategies for BGA clients to help them meet their goals. He plays a key role assisting companies around the region to accelerate investment growth, manage risk and engage stakeholders.
Prior to joining BGA, Charlie was the manager for government and public affairs for North America at Wipro, a leading India-based information technology services provider. He helped build the company’s regional government affairs function and assisted in developing and implementing the company’s government engagement strategy at both state and federal levels in the U.S. and Canada. He also assisted in creating and driving the company’s corporate social responsibility programs, a key element of the company’s national narratives.
Before joining Wipro, Charlie was a research associate for South Asia at BGA, where he tracked and analyzed political and economic trends in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Charlie earned his bachelor’s degree with honors in history and political science from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Prior Professional Experience
- Director - BowerGroupAsia (2017- October 2020)
- Manager – Government Affairs and Public Affairs, Wipro (2015-2016)
Areas of Expertise
- All Industries
- Government Affairs
- Public Affairs
- University of Colorado Boulder (2011-2015)— Bachelor of Arts in History & Political Science with Honors
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