Sherrie Hsu

Sherrie is an Associate at BERK with a focus in economic and policy analysis. She enjoys creating data-driven quantitative and qualitative analyses that can inform decision-making.

Prior to joining BERK, Sherrie worked as a regulatory analyst for an international trade consulting firm in Seattle. Sherrie served as an Economics Intern for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative in Washington, D.C. and produced policy memos for EconoFact, a non-partisan publication providing accessible and objective analyses on economic issues.

Sherrie received her Master’s from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University with a focus on international economic policy. She graduated from the University of Washington with a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. from the Jackson School of International Studies. As an undergraduate, she spent time studying and researching in the Netherlands, Taiwan, and El Salvador. Sherrie is proficient in Mandarin Chinese.


A native of Seattle, Sherrie has returned to her roots after spending some time in Boston and Washington, DC. She is excited to be surrounded by water, mountains, and trees again. Sherrie is usually exploring parks on a beautiful Seattle day but doesn’t mind the rain if she’s baking, reading, or playing board games. She also enjoys Pixar movies, journaling, piano, and tennis. Most of all, Sherrie loves to meet people from different walks of life and hear their stories.