Liz Hyman is the vice president of public advocacy for CompTIA.
Hyman is responsible for the Association's outreach to members of Congress, the Executive Branch, government agencies and other organizations at the federal, state and local levels of government that shape and influence public policy affecting the IT industry.
Hyman joined CompTIA after overseeing U.S. government affairs for PC manufacturer Lenovo. There, she focused on issues of significance to the IT industry including education, environment, and tax and trade matters. She also was responsible for coordinating select state government affairs activities.
Prior to joining Lenovo, Hyman was vice president, international, at the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) where she worked to expand and deepen relationships with electronics associations and other entities abroad, as well as establish a greater strategic footprint for CEA in international trade policy matters. Between 1994 and 1998 she held various positions in the federal government, including Special Assistant to the Attorney General.
Hyman is a graduate of Tufts University and holds a law degree from the Washington College of Law at American University.