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John Stubbs is a Washington, DC-based Affiliate of Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center. At BKC John works to connect BKC scholars and experts to policymakers in Washington, DC, and on issues related to international trade, in addition to supporting efforts to improve global access to innovative medical technologies through the Global Access in Action initiative.

John is also the Managing Partner of Romulus, a Washington, DC-based consulting firm that helps executives and corporate boards develop and manage a proactive, productive global public policy agenda.

From 2001-2007 John worked for the George W. Bush Administration including as a senior advisor to the United States Trade Representative.

John is a board member of the National Foreign Trade Council Foundation, a board members of the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues, and a founding member of the Krewe du Kanaval, supporting the work of KANPE in Haiti and the Preservation Hall Foundation in New Orleans.


News

Monday, Dec 1, 2014

Berkman Community Newcomers: John Stubbs

Meet Berkman fellow John Stubbs, a consultant and former staffer with the Office of the United States Trade Representative, who is researching transparency and international trade… More


Events

Jul 31, 2017 @ 12:00 PM

Trump's ‘America First’ Trade Agenda

What It Means for Access to Medicines

US foreign policy regulates, incentivizes and subsidizes access to medicines for patients around the world, from intellectual property protection and market access commitments in… More

Nov 17, 2016 @ 1:00 PM

Transparency and Freedom of Information in the Digital Age

This symposium seeks to examine the present state of play with respect to transparency and freedom of information. More