Trade & Supply Chain Issues Impacting the Automotive Sector

Events / April 18, 2023
6 - 8 p.m. EST

BakerHostetler DC Office
Schweitzer Room – 12th Floor 
Washington Square
1050 Connecticut Ave, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036-5403 

This event will also be hosted virtually via Zoom. A meeting link will be provided upon RSVP.

Join BakerHostetler, GATT DC (LGBT+ Professionals in International Trade), and others from the international trade community for a discussion on international trade and supply chain issues impacting the automotive industry. The event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at the BakerHostetler  Washington, DC office and include a moderated panel discussion followed by a networking reception. RSVP is available for in-person and Zoom.


Andrew Eilts | Stellantis | Senior Manager of International Government Affairs

Andrew Eilts is a Senior Manager for International Government Affairs at Stellantis, the multinational automaker formed by the merger of FiatChrysler and Peugeot. Andrew leads Stellantis’ U.S. trade, customs, export control, and supply chain policy work, including ongoing efforts to secure the electric vehicle and critical mineral supply chain. Andrew previously worked for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Department of the Treasury and began his career as an international trade specialist at General Electric.

Devin Horne | Panasonic | Manager of Battery Public Policy

Devin Horne is Panasonic’s Manager of Battery Public Policy. He previously served at the U.S. Department of Commerce, where he supported the development of the National Blueprint for Lithium Batteries, the White House’s report on battery supply chains, and led Department-wide efforts to promote U.S. clean tech companies globally. 

Michael Tubman | Lucid Motors | Director of Federal Affairs

Michael Tubman is the director of federal affairs for Lucid Motors, overseeing the company’s relationships with Congress and Federal government agencies and engaging with the national policy community to advance transportation electrification. His prior roles include as the manager of state government affairs and public policy at Electrify America, a subsidiary of Volkswagen Group of America, and director of outreach at leading climate policy think tank C2ES. Michael’s government experience includes service at the U.S. Consulate – Shanghai and in the administrations of three Alaska Governors.