Vice President, Energy and the Environment, Global Government Relations, Honeywell
Amy Chiang oversees energy and environment efforts for Honeywell’s Global Government Relations Team. She has held a range of public- and private-sector roles over the past two decades, with a substantial focus on clean technologies and China.
Chiang was appointed by President George W. Bush as the Director of International Affairs for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) at the U.S. Department of Energy. In that capacity, she led international activities in energy efficiency and renewable energy, facilitated development of global partnerships, and led public and private partnership outreach.
Chiang was the Co-founder and Managing Partner of China Capital Ventures, LLC, an advisory firm focused on energy and infrastructure investments in China. Before that, she served as Deputy Chief of Staff for U.S. Congressman Sherwood Boehlert, Chair of the House of Representatives Committee on Science.
Chiang’s background includes working on Wall Street as a foreign exchange derivatives trader and as a management consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton. In addition, she led a water-focused technology transfer mission to China for the United Nations Development Programme. Chiang has also held several research positions focusing on biomedical and materials science engineering. She was selected as a key member of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s China Small and Medium Enterprises Financing and Cooperation Working Group and was a member of the World Economic Forum’s team for Nurturing the Early-Stage Investment Climate in China.
Chiang holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an International MBA with concentrations in Finance and International Relations from the University of Chicago.