Keith Strier has responsibility for commercial and strategic engagements with governments worldwide as well as NGOs such as the United Nations and OECD. Keith also leads NVIDIA’s AI Nations partnership initiative through which NVIDIA teams with Ministries, state-owned entities, and key domestic stakeholders to advance sovereign AI capabilities. As a member of NVIDIA’s leadership team, Keith works across all business units and geographies, advising Heads of State, facilitating public private partnerships, sponsoring corporate alliances and large-scale enterprise deals. Keith is an internationally recognized authority on sovereign AI policies and infrastructure, concurrently serving in senior policy advisory roles including on the US National AI Advisory Committee, appointed by Secretary of Commerce Raimondo to oversee the US AI strategy and to advise President Biden; as Founding Chair, AI Compute and Climate Expert Group, at the OECD; and Member, Australia’s National AI Think Tank. Prior to NVIDIA, Keith was Senior Partner and first Global AI leader at Ernst & Young (EY), and Senior Partner and first global Chief Digital Officer at Deloitte. Keith served as a Guest Lecturer and Facilitator at Harvard Medical School’s Center for BioMedical Informatics for ten years. He has a Bachelor of Science with Honors from Cornell University and a Law Degree from NYU School of Law.