Josh Rogin is Senior Vice President, Federal Government Affairs with the Motion Picture Association (MPA). He advocates before Congress, the Administration, and federal agencies on behalf of MPA member companies on priorities including intellectual property, copyright, AI, technology, trade, and media issues.
Prior to joining the MPA, Josh spent 20 years on Capitol Hill including over a decade as chief of staff for Rep. Ted Deutch, a senior member of the House Judiciary Committee and the Chairman of the Middle East Subcommittee, where he specialized in intellectual property, foreign affairs, and technology issues.
Named to the 2023 Washingtonian Magazine list of 500 Most Influential People Shaping Policy, he previously worked as Vice President, Federal Affairs for the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), where he hosted regular stakeholder discussions on technology issues, including Section 230, privacy, and internet child safety.
Josh earned his Juris Doctor with honors from the University of Michigan Law School and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Michigan, where he also ran varsity track and field. He is passionate about mentorship, exercise, writing, his dog Prudence, and watching movies in the theater. He lives in Washington, DC with his family.