Alexander Guido joined the National Committee as an administrative and program assistant in June 2015 after filling in as an administrative assistant in the spring of 2015. Before joining the Committee as a full-time staff member, he served as an intern from August 2013 to June of 2014. At the Committee, Mr. Guido assists the vice president of administration in carrying out administrative, financial, and office management duties. Additionally, he aids senior program staff in program development and execution, including public and tea list events in New York.

Mr. Guido graduated from Manhattan College in 2014 with a B.A. in international studies with a concentration in Asia. Throughout his collegiate career, Mr. Guido focused on security and economic issues in Northeast Asia, particularly China. In fall of 2012, he participated in American University’s Chinese Global Economics and Trade program. During that time, he served as an intern at the United States International Trade Commission’s Office of Investigations where he conducted research and analysis on active trade disputes between the United States and several Asian nations. Additionally, while at American University, he authored a research project on Sino-American trade relations. Mr. Guido then spent a semester at Beijing Language and Culture University where he was enrolled in an intensive Chinese language program. At Manhattan College, he was very involved with the school’s award winning National Model United Nations team, having served as their head delegate for several years.

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