Todd House, Senior Director, Global Affairs, CyrusOne
Todd House serves as the Senior Director of Global External Affairs at CyrusOne, a leading global data center developer and operator specializing in delivering state-of-the-art digital infrastructure solutions.
In this role, Todd is responsible for leading global policy and external affairs development with a focus on issue management, strategic stakeholder engagement, and support of cross-functional partnerships.
Previously, Todd House led corporate public planning for WGL, a regulated utility that provides natural gas to 1.1 million customers in the greater Washington DC region. In this role, he was responsible for integrating marketing, public policy, regulatory, and sustainability functions into an enterprise-wide public policy strategy to enhance sustainability and long-term growth of the company. In 2022, he was instrumental in the development and passage of the Virginia Energy Innovation Act, a law that provides a pathway for natural gas utilities to decarbonize energy supply.
Prior to joining WGL, Todd served as Government Affairs Manager for Micron Technology, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of advanced semiconductor solutions with facilities around the globe. In this role, Todd was responsible for Micron’s community and government relations at the state, local, and federal level for Micron. While at Micron, Todd negotiated over $40 million in economic development incentives and was the leading force behind the creation of Northern Virginia Community College’s STEM outreach program - SYSTEMIC Solutions.
His professional expertise is navigating policy issues and business opportunities through all levels of government. Todd has a strong policy background in the areas of advanced manufacturing, energy, economic development, and workforce development. Prior to Micron, he worked for MAXIMUS where he managed a national government affairs program.
Todd holds a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in government and politics from George Mason University where he served as a Board of Trustees.