Christopher Martin leads Access Partnership’s office in Singapore and manages operations in the Asia Pacific. Consulting on information and communications technology policy, he works with global companies and organisations to develop strategies, shape policy discussions, and access new markets. Martin began his work in Asia in 2001 by helping small businesses grow and trade internationally. Since then, he has worked on public affairs issues and campaigns across the region, as well as North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He previously worked for five years at the United States Council for International Business, where he managed ICT policy and served two years as the large-business representative on ICANN’s Nominating Committee. He also coordinated development of global self-regulatory standards in marketing and advertising, and advanced stakeholder positions in various national and multilateral government bodies.
Christopher Martin’s career includes experience in the non-profit sector and at the World Trade Organization, and he has published papers on trade and economic reform in Asia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and international affairs from James Madison University and a Master’s of Public Policy from the University of Chicago.