Utta Von Nuremburg is an analyst providing administrative and technical support for Trade Pacific. She also assists with surrogate value research, data analysis, and communications on client-related matters with the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. International Trade Commission, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Utta holds two master’s degrees in computer forensics and international commerce and policy from George Mason University and a bachelor’s degree in economics and public policy from Marymount University.
Prior to Joining Trade Pacific
Utta worked in the customs brokerage and air export departments of an international freight forwarder and global logistics company. Her past experience also includes monitoring, broadcasting, and reporting on economic, financial, and geopolitical news for a financial news agency based in Washington, DC.
M.S., Computer Forensics, George Mason University (2021)
M.A., International Commerce & Policy, George Mason University (2009)
B.A., Economics & Public Policy, Marymount University (2003)