Ryan Triplette is a Republican lobbyist and strategist with the boutique new economy firm, the Franklin Square Group. Her depth of experience in the political and legislative arenas supports a distinct advocacy style, which incorporates long term political objectives while crafting a strategy for policy engagement. Her work on and off the Hill has established her as a known presence in the technology industry with a unique balance of policy expertise, specializing in intellectual property, and political acumen.
Prior to joining the Franklin Square Group, Ryan was Director of Government Relations for the Intel Corporation. During her tenure at Intel, she handled the strategic legislative and political engagement of Republican offices and members in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. In this capacity, she served as an advocate on a wide range of issues including: competition policy, cybersecurity, immigration, intellectual property, privacy, tax, telecom, and trade. Before joining the private sector, Ryan served on the Senate Judiciary Committee for six years as Counsel and then Chief Intellectual Property Counsel for the Full Committee under the Republican Leadership of Senators Hatch (R-UT) and Specter (PA), respectively. While on the committee, she worked on intellectual property and civil law reform legislation, the Supreme Court nominations of Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Samuel Alito, and the passage of nearly a dozen bills into law.
Prior to serving on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Ryan first gained her political stripes working for the Republican National Committee and National Republican Senatorial Committee. These experiences contributed significantly to her in depth knowledge of how to effectively navigate the legislative and political processes.
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2012 National Lawyers Convention
November 19, 2012