Rosalind Reischer

Rosalind Reischer, Senior Associate, supports our Asia team and is a specialist in China affairs.

Rosalind supports our client work on business and policy trends in China, and closely monitors the changing landscape on technology and US-China relations in Washington. She also works with MA’s trade practice to help clients monitor US-China trade relations.

Prior to joining McLarty Associates, Rosalind was based in China where she worked as a research associate with the Nicobar Group in Shanghai, focusing on engagement between the US and China in the civil nuclear industry. While in China she also worked in Shanghai and Nanjing for a Chinese nonprofit in recruiting and HR. Rosalind has also worked for the Project 2049 Institute in Arlington, VA, a research organization focused on promoting American security interests in Asia.

Rosalind 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 BA in East Asian Studies from the University of Virginia. Rosalind is proficient in Mandarin Chinese.

In her spare time, Rosalind works with Council XIX, a philanthropic arm of the National Women’s History Museum.