Marjorie Dickman serves as the first Chief Government Affairs and Public Policy Officer at BlackBerry, a world-leading cybersecurity software and services company. As a C-suite executive and Corporate Officer – with 25 years of legislative, regulatory, and public policy expertise – she reports to BlackBerry’s Executive Chairman and CEO.

Ms. Dickman was recognized as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Tech” by the National Diversity Council in April 2021, and a “Tech Titan” Policy Influencer by Washingtonian magazine in May 2021.

She opened BlackBerry’s Washington, D.C. office in March 2020 and built its new Global Government Affairs and Public Policy organization from the ground up, including the company’s Government Relations and Technical Standards teams. She currently oversees this global organization across the U.S., Canada, EMEA and the UK.

Prior to BlackBerry, Ms. Dickman enjoyed a highly successful 16-year career at Intel Corporation – most recently leading global government affairs for two of Intel’s most high-profile and “disruptive” businesses: Automated Driving abd Internet of Things – where she managed a team across the U.S., EMEA, China and Japan. Before Intel, she practiced law at a prominent Washington, D.C. firm.

The technology industry veteran serves on the Boards of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Engagement Center and the Eno Center for Transportation, as well as the U.S. Chamber’s Cybersecurity Leadership Council.  She also serves as the Transportation and Mobility Co-Chair for Dentons’ Smart Cities & Connected Communities Think Tank, and the Consumer Technology Association’s Board of Industry Leaders. Ms. Dickman earned a J.D. cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. cum laude in Public Policy from Duke University.