Vice President, Government Affairs and Public Policy at Adobe
As Vice President, Government Affairs and Public Policy, Jace Johnson leads Adobe’s efforts with government and policy bodies on key issues for Adobe around the world. This includes work with government entities on policy-making efforts as well as advocating for the role of technology in helping governments meet their information, collaboration, and open government needs. Prior to joining Adobe, Johnson was a Chief of Staff in the United States Senate, Office of Senator Orrin Hatch.
Previously, Johnson was director of finance for Corvis Corporation, a successful data, voice, and media solutions startup company that was later purchased by Level 3. He also worked as manager of financial analysis and planning at VISA InterActive, which concentrated on building out the nation’s home banking infrastructure in the mid-1990s. Johnson has a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from Brigham Young University and a Master’s degree in business administration from George Washington University.