About - Staff Member - Cody Ankeny
Areas of Expertise:
Digital Trade, Forced Localization, Internet Governance, India
Cody Ankeny is a Manager of Global Policy at ITI, focusing on issues and advocacy efforts related to digital trade, forced localization, and internet governance. Prior to this position, Cody was an ITI graduate fellow assisting the organization's global policy staff in the planning, preparation, and execution of the tech sector’s global policy priorities.
Prior to joining ITI, Cody served as a Combat Engineer Officer in the United States Marine Corps. During his service, he had a variety of responsibilities, including commanding platoon size units in combined arms live fire exercises, planning and supervising large scale logistical operations, running day-to-day security and accountability operations for secure weapons systems, guiding and mentoring young Marines in their professional development, and much more. He has one tour to Afghanistan and remains a Marine Corps Reserve Captain.
He holds a Masters of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with a concentration in global business and finance. In addition, he holds a B.A. in Political Science from Texas A&M University with a Certificate in European Union Politics.
Blog Posts by Cody Ankeny
Getting Close to a Modernized NAFTA – the Deal Tech Wants to See
(August 24, 2018)
We are optimistic that a deal between Canada, Mexico, and the United States to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) could be reached in the coming weeks or even days. Since NAFTA first ...
Let’s Bring NAFTA Into the Digital Age
(May 23, 2018)
Forty-one million jobs across the United States depend on trade. If you look around your community, there is a good chance that either yours or one of your neighbor’s jobs exist because of it. Free trade ...
Trump-Modi Meeting Can Set a Stage for Tech to Bolster U.S.-India Economic Growth
(June 22, 2017)
The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, is coming to Washington, D.C. next week for his first meeting with President Donald Trump since the president took office. While defense cooperation between ...