ANGELA MARSHALL HOFMANN, Esq., is Vice President, International Trade and Supply Chain Resiliency, and a member of the firm based in the Washington, D.C., office. A trusted advisor to government officials, CEOs, and senior executives for more than two decades, she advises and represents clients on global trade and supply chain transparency issues before global policy makers and regulators. She assists organizations in developing resiliency plans to ensure greater visibility into and accountability over complex supply chains. She also works with clients to find solutions to the ever-increasing complexities impacting companies’ bottom lines.
Most recently, Ms. Marshall Hofmann led Eurasia Group’s Industrial and Consumer Corporate Practice, specializing in geopolitical risk impacting global manufacturing, logistics, retail, and consumer goods multinational organizations in North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
Ms. Marshall Hofmann also has extensive corporate experience, spending nearly 15 years as an officer with Walmart Stores in a variety of roles including vice president for international government affairs, where she led the company’s external engagement in more than 40 retail, ecommerce, and sourcing countries. Throughout her career she has also launched innovative projects for public-private supply chain capacity building focused on transparency, safety, and agricultural development.
Previously, she founded World Strategies, a woman-owned government affairs and policy consulting firm providing strategic, innovative solutions to accelerate global investment, manage risk, enhance reputation, and drive cost savings. She is also co-founder of Farmers for Free Trade and a member of the board of advisors for World Trade Centers in both Montana and Arkansas.
Ms. Marshall Hofmann began her career in the Senate, where she served as a congressional liaison for Sen. Max Baucus and later as trade and agriculture legislative counsel and then international trade counsel for the Senate Finance Committee. From 2010 to 2013 she served as president of the Organization of Women in International Trade, leading 25 chapters and more than 2,000 members around the globe. She currently serves as their co-vice president of partnerships.