Board of Directors
Chief Government Affairs & Public Policy Officer
As BlackBerry’s first Chief Government Affairs and Public Policy Officer, Marjorie is responsible for strategic oversight of the company’s global government relations, regulatory affairs, and public policy operations as well as the company’s engagement in technical standards bodies worldwide. In this role, she leads BlackBerry’s new Corporate Government Affairs and Public Policy organization, spanning the U.S., Canada, Europe, the UK and Asia. Marjorie reports directly to BlackBerry’s Executive Chairman and CEO and serves as a member of BlackBerry’s executive team and corporate officer. Her recent recognitions include the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Tech, Washingtonian Tech Titan, and The Hill Top Lobbyist.
Marjorie has over 25 years of government relations, regulatory affairs, and public policy experience across the tech hardware and software sectors. She joined BlackBerry in 2020 following a highly successful 16-year career with Intel Corporation, where she most recently served as Global Director and Associate General Counsel for two of Intel’s most disruptive businesses: IoT (Internet of Things) and Automated Driving Policy. At Intel, she managed a global team across the U.S., Europe, China and Japan. Prior to Intel, Marjorie practiced law with a prominent Washington, D.C. firm. She holds a J.D. cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, a B.A. cum laude in Public Policy from Duke University, and studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science. In addition to NVTC’s Board, Marjorie serves on the Boards of the Consumer Technology Association, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Engagement Center, and the Eno Center for Transportation.