Shelley Su is a senior consultant at C&M International, where she advises trade associations and leaders of major American companies operating in the Asia Pacific on U.S.-China economic relations and U.S. government relations strategies.
Prior to joining C&M International, she served as a professional staff member on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs covering the Asia Pacific region and trade issues. Shelley has also worked as the Asia Policy Advisor at the British Embassy in Washington, as a research fellow at the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, and as a contract researcher at National Defense University.
Shelley is co-chair of Legislative Initiatives for Women in International Trade (WIIT). She holds a master’s degree in international relations from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, Berkeley.
Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), M.A. international relations
University of California, Berkeley, B.A. political science
Client Alerts & Newsletters
- “Navigating Medical Supply Chain Challenges in the Aftermath of COVID-19,” Health Care Alert (June 16, 2020). Contacts: Robert Holleyman, James G. Flood, Patricia L. Wu, Himamauli Das, Shelley Su, Joshua Boswell.
- “U.S. State Department Fails to Certify Hong Kong’s Autonomy: Signals Potential Change in Trade and Economic Treatment,” International Trade Bulletin (May 28, 2020). Contacts: Robert Holleyman, Evan Y. Chuck, Clark Jennings, Shelley Su.
- “U.S. and China Sign “Phase One” Trade Deal,” International Trade Bulletin (January 16, 2020). Contacts: Robert Holleyman, John B. Brew, Joshua Boswell, Shelley Su, Evan Yu.
- What Does Recent Hong Kong Legislation Tell Us About The Future Of US-China Relations? (podcast)
December 20, 2019 — China Business Review