Event Details

AMCHAM will be hosting a briefing with U.S. Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) Office of Trade on its e-Allegations and Enforce and Protect Act (EAPA) programs. These programs allow the public to submit allegations of commercial trade violations and anti-dumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) evasion to CBP for investigation. The webinar will include the background, process overview, and information on how to submit allegations for both programs.


Event Details:

Date: 30 September 2022 (Friday)

Time: 8.00am - 9.00am

Platform: Microsoft Teams


Registration is compulsory for all participants and only registered participants will receive access to the scheduled session. For more information, please contact the AMCHAM Events Team at events@amcham.com.my.

Speakers

  • Victoria Cho (Branch Chief – Enforcement Operations Division  Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate  Office of Trade at U.S. Customs & Border Protection)

    Victoria Cho

    Branch Chief – Enforcement Operations Division Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate Office of Trade at U.S. Customs & Border Protection

    Victoria Cho has two decades of experience in International Trade remedies, investigations, policy, and enforcement. Ms. Cho is a graduate of Catholic University with a bachelor’s degree in Policial Science and International Relations. She received her master’s degree at the George Mason University in International Commerce and Policy. Before joining U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Trade, she worked at the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. Outside of work, Ms. Cho is travel enthusiast and enjoys every aspect of ice hockey with her husband and son.

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  • Marisa Hill (Branch Chief – Enforcement Operations Division  Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate  Office of Trade at U.S. Customs & Border Protection)

    Marisa Hill

    Branch Chief – Enforcement Operations Division Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate Office of Trade at U.S. Customs & Border Protection

    Marisa Hill has over a decade of experience in implementing and enforcing U.S. trade laws through the various positions she has served within U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Prior to joining CBP, Ms. Hill served in the U.S. Army and Texas National Guard. Ms. Hill is a graduate of American Military University where she graduated with a bachelor’s in Management with a concentration in Human Resource Management. Outside of work, Ms. Hill volunteers as a youth group leader for local organizations within her community.

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  • Kristina Horgan (Branch Chief – Enforcement Operations Division  Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate  Office of Trade at U.S. Customs & Border Protection)

    Kristina Horgan

    Branch Chief – Enforcement Operations Division Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate Office of Trade at U.S. Customs & Border Protection

    Kristina Horgan has spent her entire 20-plus year federal government career in international trade working on all aspects of trade from targeting cargo for regulatory compliance to conducting antidumping/countervailing duty investigations to working on high-level trade policy, e.g., negotiating U.S poultry sales to Russia. Ms. Horgan has worked for the Department of Commerce, the Department of Agriculture, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Before earning her Master’s in Public Policy from Georgetown University, she interned as an undergraduate at the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong during her study abroad year.

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  • Brian Hoxie (Director - Enforcement Operations Division  Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate  Office of Trade at U.S. Customs & Border Protection)

    Brian Hoxie

    Director - Enforcement Operations Division Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate Office of Trade at U.S. Customs & Border Protection

    Brian Hoxie is the director of Enforcement Operations Division within the Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate (TRLED) at U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Office of Trade where he leads teams to conduct Enforce and Protect Act (EAPA) investigations and manage CBP’s e-Allegation Program. Prior to his current position, Mr. Hoxie provided planning and risk analysis support to the Office of Trade, global engagement programs, and border security offices throughout CBP. Before CBP, Mr. Hoxie worked at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Headquarters on border security planning and cargo and transportation security programs. He also served as a budget examiner at the Office of Management and Budget during the 2016 Federal budget cycle.
    Mr. Hoxie holds a Master of Public Administration and a Master of International Studies from the University of Washington, completed graduate work in Customs & International Trade from the University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley, and has undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Computer Science from the University of Washington.

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