Jessica Acimovic Bondi
Jessica Acimovic Bondi is a Senior Director at ASG, where she assists clients in managing outreach initiatives, regulatory disputes, market expansion, and relationships with key stakeholders in Asia, with a focus on China and Korea. Ms. Bondi advises clients on issues related to intellectual property rights, corporate social responsibility and innovation.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Bondi was Director of Corporate Programs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the world’s largest business federation. At the Chamber, she worked with a global network of American Chambers of Commerce, foreign business and partner organizations and government officials to advance and advocate for U.S. business interests abroad. She also developed and executed programs and events related to U.S. trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific region, including high-profile events with senior government officials and executive trade missions to Asia.
Ms. Bondi also managed a variety of chamber projects ranging from post-tsunami reconstruction efforts in the Asia-Pacific, to advising members on China’s WTO implementation process, intellectual property rights protection in Asia, and bilateral trade agreements with Singapore, Chile, and Australia.
She also served as Deputy Director of Programs for the U.S.-Korea Business Council, where she worked with U.S. and Korean companies, government officials, and partner organizations. She was responsible for developing and executing the annual U.S.-Korea Business Council plenary, as well as creating opportunities for U.S. corporate executives to interact with senior Korean government officials.
Ms. Bondi earned a B.A. in International Affairs, magna cum laude and with honors, from The George Washington University, focusing on International Economics and Women’s Studies.
She is based in Washington, DC.