Assistant United States Trade Representative for Congressional Affairs
Hun Quach is Assistant USTR for Congressional Affairs. The Office of Congressional Affairs plays a pivotal role in the development of U.S. trade policy through communication with the U.S. Congress. Ms. Quach manages USTR’s outreach to Congress and serves as the primary point of contact for Members of Congress and their staff. In this role, she ensures that our trade policy is responsive to lawmakers’ priorities and interests.
Before joining USTR, Ms. Quach worked for Senator Max Baucus on the Senate Finance Committee for six years, most recently as International Trade Advisor, where she advised the Chairman and Senators on a variety of international trade and economic issues. She also served as a Legislative Assistant to Representative Adam Smith from Washington. Her prior experience also includes working on agriculture issues as a fellow at the Congressional Hunger Center.
Ms. Quach graduated with a double degree in Political Science and Business Administration from the University of Washington.