54th Governor of Missouri; President, American Automotive Policy Council
Commissioner for Autonomous and Electric Vehicles
As the U.S. auto industry continues to drive the truly transformational technologies in electric vehicles and automated driving, we must work diligently, across sectors to ensure that these new technologies are properly safeguarded. The work of the Global Tech Security Commission will be a catalyst in bringing U.S. technology leaders together to not only guard against existing threats to our cutting-edge technology, but also formulate proactive strategies to combat adversarial threats to America’s future technological leadership. So I am honored to have been selected to serve on the Commission, and I am eager to work with leaders from other critical U.S. industries to carry out the important work and mission of the Global Tech Security Commission.
Governor Matt Blunt is President of the American Automotive Policy Council, representing the common public policy and international trade interests of Ford Motor Company, General Motors Company and Stellantis. In 2004, Matt Blunt was elected the 54th Governor of the State of Missouri. Prior to his election as governor, he served as a legislator and state official. Governor Blunt earned his bachelor’s degree in History from the U.S. Naval Academy and served for 14 years in the U.S. Navy and Naval Reserve. Governor Blunt is the only statewide official in Missouri history called to active military duty in wartime, serving for six months in Operation Enduring Freedom, America’s response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.