Liz Brock is the program associate of Business Programs and Corporate Affairs at the George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations and is based in Dallas, Texas.
Most recently, Ms. Brock served as the executive director of development, international and government relations for the International Leadership of Texas, where she was the primary point of contact for U.S.-China cooperation for programmatic activities, including facilitating meetings with and advocating for U.S.-China relations as well as furthering organizational interests to local, state, federal, and international government officials and other U.S.-based and international stakeholders.
Ms. Brock also previously served as a risk consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLC where she was deployed to China as an anti-money laundering subject matter expert and assisted in managing a team in developing governance standards applicable to the laws and regulations of both China and the United States. In addition, she assisted team management with various duties and conducted investigatory quality control for various U.S. financial institutions and a large social media network.
Ms. Brock received a Master of International Affairs Degree from the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University, where she conducted research on critical issues related to U.S.-China national security in Mandarin Chinese and English. Prior to enrolling in graduate school, she attended the University of Mississippi where she majored in International Relations and Mandarin Chinese. Additionally, she was a student of the National Security Education Program’s Chinese Language Flagship and the Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence at the University of Mississippi.Download Bio