Cheryl Androsis a trade consultant providing data analysis and trade advising in antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) cases before the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC). Cheryl has extensive experience both in private and public sectors with a strong foundation in SAS® computer programming, financial reporting and cost accounting, and P&L optimization. Cheryl analyzes complex issues to develop trade remedy strategies, compiles clients’ data for antidumping proceedings, and estimates tariff liability. Cheryl’s expertise and experience in both the private sector and the federal government is a crucial part of the litigation team in representing clients in DOC proceedings.
Cheryl has supported clients in unfair trade proceedings involving a variety of consumer and industrial products around the world including, but not limited to various steel products from Korea and Thailand, frozen warmwater shrimp from Thailand and Vietnam, frozen fish fillets from Vietnam, honey from Vietnam, orange juice from Brazil, and outboard engines from Japan. Cheryl has also assisted U.S. companies involved in an AD dispute in Brazil for polypropylene resin.
Prior to Joining Trade Pacific
Cheryl worked as a trade consultant at several prominent Washington D.C.-based law firms on AD and CVD matters as well as in the AD/CVD enforcement division at the U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration as a case analyst. Cheryl also worked for Uber Technologies and United Airlines, where she managed operations, finance and strategy teams. She has extensive quantitative analysis and business acumen in helping clients achieve optimal results.
M.B.A., University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business (2010)
B.A., Political Science, The Johns Hopkins University (2001)