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“The Maibach Fund supports citizen understanding of and appreciation for the ideas and ideals upon which the American Republic and Western Civilization have been built.”
 
Michael C. Maibach               Established in 2001


Michael C. MaibachMichael C. Maibach was the 1st American elected under 21 years of age when he was elected to the Dekalb County Board in his native Illinois at the age of 20.  After completing a BS & MA in Political Science at Northern Illinois University, he served as an Illinois State Senate Legislative Fellow.  In 1976 Maibach joined the Caterpillar Tractor Co., first as a machine shop foreman, then as a Government Affairs Manager in Illinois, California & Washington DC.  He opened CAT’s California Government Affairs Office.  During this period he earned a BS in American and Latin American History at California State University. 
  

In 1983, as America moved to The Information Age, Maibach moved to the Intel Corporation to establish their Government Affairs Department and serve as assistant to Intel co-founder, Dr. Robert Noyce.  He was named an Intel Vice President in 1996.  He was a lead industry advocate for the Semiconductor Chip Protection Act, the US-Japan Semiconductor Agreement, SEMATECH funding, the GATT Uruguay Round, the 21st Century Patent Reform Act… and China WTO membership.  Maibach opened Intel Government Affairs Offices in Washington, Brussels and Beijing.  He was involved in President Reagan’s Commission on Industrial Competitiveness, as well as President GHW Bush’s National Advisory Committee on Semiconductor.  He came to be a leading spokesman for America’s electronics industry on trade and technology policy, testifying 15 times before the US Congress.  In 1992 he was a candidate for Congress from the Silicon Valley.  While at Intel Maibach earned a BA in International Business at American University and an MA in Political Philosophy at Georgetown University.   Today he serves as the President & CEO of the European-American Business Council, with offices in Washington and Brussels.  Maibach serves on the Board of the World Affairs Councils of America, the Witherspoon Institute, and is a member of the US State Department Advisory Council on International Economics.



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