USCBC Welcomes Back Kyle Sullivan as New Head of Business Advisory Services in DC Office

Sullivan Brings 15 years of Expertise and Leadership in US-China Economic Policies and Business Issues

WASHINGTON—May 31, 2023—US-China Business Council (USCBC) President Craig Allen today welcomed Kyle Sullivan as vice president of business advisory services in the Washington, DC, office.

“We are excited to have Kyle return to USCBC and lead our business advisory services team in the DC office. He brings a deep understanding of China’s evolving economic environment having worked as a policy and business issues analyst and consultant in both the US and China,” said Allen. Sullivan previously worked in the Shanghai office of USCBC.

Most recently, Sullivan served as a vice president with the Albright Stonebridge Group in Washington, where he advised clients on US-China financial regulations and risk-mitigation strategies. Previously, he held roles at the Martin+Crumpton Group and APCO Worldwide following his tenure at USCBC in Shanghai.

“It’s a privilege to return to USCBC at such an important time in the US-China bilateral relationship,” said Sullivan. “I look forward to working with colleagues and once again representing USCBC member companies’ interests both in Washington and China.”

Sullivan earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the University of Washington in Seattle. He is fluent in Mandarin and lived in China for more than a decade.

Sullivan succeeds Jack Kamensky, who contributed greatly to USCBC and its member companies’ efforts during his five-year tenure. 

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