April 8, 2024

12:10 pm - 1:20 am, Eastern Time

A Conversation w/ Former Deputy National Security Advisor Mike Pyle

Please join the American Constitution Society and the National Security Group for a fireside chat on Economic Statecraft with Mike Pyle ’04, former Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economics and emissary to the G20, moderated by Professor Natasha Sarin, former Counsel to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. The event will take place Monday, April 8th from 12:10-1:00pm in the Levinson Auditorium, and Panera will be served for pickup in the dining hall immediately after.

At the White House, Pyle was key architect for the Biden Administration's international economic initiatives. At the NSC, he oversaw global trade and led the charge on public-private financial partnerships to build infrastructure projects around the world. He has also been closely involved in negotiations of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework and oversaw critical mineral negotiations. In addition, he forged economic cooperation to limit Russian oil revenues and advocated for the Inflation Reduction Act to allies. 

Prior to his NSC post, Pyle was economic adviser to Vice President Kamala Harris and before that was chief investment adviser at asset manager BlackRock. He also worked for the Treasury Department under former President Barack Obama. He graduated from Yale Law School in 2004 and clerked for Judge Merrick Garland of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in 2005.