Grace Faerber is a government affairs associate at the US-China Business Council. In her role, Grace monitors and reports on recent action in the US government affecting the US-China bilateral commercial and trade relationship, with a focus on the executive branch.
Grace comes to USCBC with China expertise and experiences in the private, non-profit, and public sectors. Grace graduated from the Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies - Nanjing University Center with an MA in international politics. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and pursued her master’s studies fully in Mandarin. Grace was awarded the Boren Fellowship during her graduate studies to pursue research and language practice in Taiwan. Her experiences included work at The Economist and AmCham Taiwan and cross-strait relations studies at National Taiwan University.
Grace received a BA in East Asian Studies and Global Studies at the University of Arizona and studied in China and at American University during her undergraduate career. Grace has completed internships at the US Senate and US Agency for International Development.