JUL 26, 2021 | GLOBAL
BSA Hires Chief Growth Officer
WASHINGTON – July 26, 2021 – BSA | The Software Alliance today welcomed Gideon Lett as Chief Growth Officer. Based in San Francisco, Lett will play an important role in expanding the global reach of the leading tech trade association dedicated to software.
“Gideon Lett is a great addition to BSA and I welcome him to our growing team,” said Victoria Espinel, President and CEO at BSA | The Software Alliance. “BSA’s member companies are at the forefront of several tech policy issues, including artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and digital transformation. With Gideon joining our leadership team, I’m excited to grow our member base even more while continuing our legacy of thoughtful, effective advocacy.”
Before joining BSA, Lett served as a Senior Advisor for Fair Tech at Access Partnership, where he was an outside advisor and resource to firm leadership and clients at the intersection of tech policy, social impact, and stakeholder engagement. Previously, Lett was Principal and Head of Office, Bay Area, for Monument Advocacy, where he established and led California operations for the lobbying and public affairs firm.
Lett has also served as Vice President, Government Affairs & Strategic Partnerships at TechNet, where he led growth initiatives and engaged policymakers on issues including data privacy and security, artificial intelligence, and workforce development. Earlier in his career, Lett held roles at APCO Worldwide and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in Washington, D.C. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.
BSA | The Software Alliance (www.bsa.org) ist die globale Stimme der Software-Industrie gegenüber Politik und Wirtschaft. Die Mitglieder der BSA gehören zu den innovativsten Unternehmen weltweit und erarbeiten neue Software-Lösungen, die die Wirtschaft antreiben und das moderne Leben von heute prägen.
Die BSA mit Hauptsitz in Washington, D.C., und Niederlassungen in über 30 Ländern weltweit leistet Pionierarbeit in der Schaffung von Programmen zur Einhaltung und Durchsetzung geistiger Eigentumsrechte und der Einführung von Richtlinien, auf deren Basis technologische Innovationen und die digitale Wirtschaft gefördert werden.