Rosalind Reischer is a senior consultant at APCO’s Washington, D.C.-based Public Affairs practice. She has a background in China policy.
Prior to joining APCO, Ms. Reischer worked in government relations and business advisory consulting with the Asia practice at McLarty Associates. She has advised companies in a variety of sectors including tech, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and consumer electronics. She has advised clients on navigating the U.S.-China trade war and business implications of geopolitical shifts including the trajectory of U.S.-China relations. In Washington, Ms. Reischer has also worked with the Project 2049 Institute, a research organization promoting American security interests in Asia.
In China, Ms. Reicher worked at the Nicobar Group in Shanghai, a consultancy focusing on engagement between the United States and China in the civil nuclear industry. While in China she also worked in Shanghai and Nanjing for a Chinese nonprofit in recruiting and human resources.
Ms. Reischer is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Center in Nanjing, China, where she concentrated in energy, resources and the environment. She received her Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Studies from the University of Virginia, and she is proficient in Mandarin Chinese. In her spare time, Ms. Reischer serves on the steering committee of Council XIX, a philanthropic arm of the National Women’s History Museum.