Sherrie Hsu joined Bryant Christie Inc.'s Seattle office in March 2013 as a research assistant on the data services team. Sherrie assists with maintaining the international food additive database by entering and auditing data, conducting regulatory research and analysis, and monitoring domestic and international food regulatory policies.
Sherrie is a graduate of the University of Washington, with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. She received honors from both the university and the Economics department.
During her undergraduate career, Sherrie spent time abroad researching foreign aid effectiveness in El Salvador, studying Chinese at National Taiwan University, and studying development and international economics at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. Sherrie has worked as a legal assistant and a research assistant, and she is proficient in Mandarin Chinese.