Jeff Le

VP of Global Government Affairs and Public Policy

Jeff Le is VP of Global Government Affairs and Public Policy leading SecurityScorecard’s engagement with public sector stakeholders and serves as the company’s Washington Head of Office.

Jeff has served at the highest levels of public policy and politics at the local, county, state, federal, and international levels. Prior to joining SecurityScorecard, Jeff led government affairs for Conduent, a government services leader in the healthcare, transportation, and digital payments space; Rhino, a fintech startup working to give renters everywhere greater financial freedom through affordable insurance options; and as U.S. State and Local Public Policy Lead for VMware, a digital technology and infrastructure company, and managed the company’s gubernatorial, state, county, and local relationships across the Western Hemisphere.

Jeff previously served as Deputy Cabinet Secretary for California Governor Jerry Brown where he oversaw homeland security, privacy and cybersecurity, emerging technology, military, veterans, intergovernmental, and tribal affairs. As Governor Brown’s Deputy Director for External and International Affairs, Jeff interfaced with domestic stakeholders and convened foreign dignitaries on behalf of the state.

In state and local public service, Jeff currently serves as Commissioner to DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Asian American Commission and as an appointed and confirmed Board Member at the Maryland Advisory Council on Health and Wellness and the Maryland Assistive Technology Loan Program Board of Directors, which helps residents with disabilities and their families qualify for low-interest loans to purchase equipment that will help them live, work, and learn more independently and equitably.

A recognized thought leader in political advocacy and representation with non-resident fellows at the Truman National Security Project and the Atlantic Council, his analysis and opinions have been featured on MSNBC, broadcast television in 40 states, as well as in print at POLITICO MagazineThe New York TimesUSA TodayThe Washington Post, FOX NewsThe HillWashingtonianRoll Call, Bustle, Forbes, and local and regional newspapers in 35 states.