Ms. Liu has been involved with the Georgia China Alliance since its inauguration in 2005. She has successfully organized dozens of business activities to help both Georgia and Chinese businesses better understand the respective market environment, regulatory requirements and business code of conducts.
Ms. Liu is a program manager at the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS). She joined the CITS team in October 2008 focusing on the strategic trade control and compliance program. Her research focus is the strategic trade control and compliance program. She has written on the issues of U.S.-China strategic trade control cooperation, government policies in promoting industry compliance program and nonproliferation regimes. Ms. Liu manages CITS programs and activities between the U.S. and China on nonproliferation and strategic trade control issues. She works with international businesses to improve their internal compliance programs and provides training to educate industries regarding the importance of compliance.
Prior to joining the CITS team, Ms. Liu worked at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government within the University of Georgia where she ran various training programs on Public Administration training.
Ms. Liu has Master degrees in Economics and Internet Technology and is currently a doctoral candidate in International Affairs at the University of Georgia