Adina joined ISRI in December 2016 to represent the industry in international negotiations and to advocate trade-expanding opportunities for the scrap recycling industry. She was promoted to vice president of advocacy in May 2020 to also oversee ISRI’s government relations efforts at the State, Federal and International levels, advocacy with law enforcement and ISRI’s commodities and market analysis. Prior to ISRI, Adina was Director of Global Government Affairs for Alcoa and Arconic and International Government Relations Advisor for Shell Oil Company, advising business leaders on trends in U.S. trade and international policy. Adina also served in the U.S. Government as Director for South Asia in the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) and International Trade Specialist at the U.S. Department of Commerce, both assignments responsible for U.S. commercial and trade policy with the countries of South Asia. Adina has a B.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University and M.A. in International Economics and International Law from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and has lived in and traveled to more than 75 countries for business and pleasure.
As a high priority for his Administration, U.S. President Joe Biden views trade as a cornerstone for addressing a range of economic and environmental issues. There is a strong focus on job generation as well as guiding a recovery from the economic effects of the pandemic, and although there is some focus toward U.S. domestic […]
Dynamic change is a fact of life for electronics recycling and ITAD companies. New technologies are coming to market more rapidly than ever; new regulations are impacting the trade in both refurbished equipment and scrap materials; and it is becoming even more important to protect the data carried on these devices. Hear from panelists who […]