Maria Luisa Boyce

Candidate for At-large Board of Director Member
Statement of Intent

I have experienced firsthand the importance of this organization and I would like to continue leading and providing ideas that can help our Hispanic lobbying community grow. Specifically, I would like to be part of the Program Development Committee to identify key programs that will help our members better navigate current times and challenges.



Maria Luisa Boyce serves as Vice President for International Policy for UPS Global Public Affairs, bringing over 20 years of experience and leadership in international trade, customs issues and cross-border trade. In her current role, she advocates for UPS’s priorities on Capitol Hill, supports the company’s government affairs efforts in Latin America, is part of the UPS core team leading our UPS Women Exporter Program and serves as a liaison for UPS to National Hispanic Organizations. Prior to joining UPS, Mrs. Boyce served as U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Senior Advisor to the Commissioner for Trade and Private Sector Engagement and Director for the Office of Trade Relations. Mrs. Boyce assumed this role after serving as the Assistant Commissioner for CBP's Office of Public Affairs. Mrs. Boyce was also the Small Business Ombudsman and Regulatory Fairness Representative for CBP, serving as a liaison between the international trading community and senior CBP managers. She is originally from Bogota, Colombia and grew up living in five different countries in Latin America before moving to the United States. 


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