Mike Pyle
Senior Advisor

Mike Pyle is former US Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economics (2022-2024). In his White House role, Mike led the Biden Administration's international economic policy team and also served as the President’s sherpa to the G7 and G20. Prior to this role, Mike was the Chief Economic Advisor to the Vice President during the administration’s first year.

As President Joe Biden’s Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economics, Mike led the National Security Council’s initiatives on international economics, trade and investment, including on issues like critical minerals and the growing role of technology in economic and national security policy. He also acted as a key negotiator with Europe and other allies on Russia sanctions, the clean energy transition, and China.

In this and other public service roles, Mike has been a pivotal architect of modern US industrial and innovation strategy as well as a leader in diplomatic initiatives through the G20 and other forums to create broad-based international support and partnerships. 

Before the Biden White House, Mike spent seven years at Blackrock, culminating in a role as the firm’s Global Chief Investment Strategist.

At MAP, Mike draws on his singular experience and offers our clients unique insights into macroeconomics, industrial strategy, and national security.