Sally Huang supports Lewis-Burke clients by delivering in-depth analysis and information on federal legislation, monitoring trends, and identifying emerging research opportunities for defense and national security projects. Her biomedical science background and policy experience give her an incisive edge when supporting clients in the ever-changing science and technology landscape.
Issue Areas: National security, biodefense, biomedical, global health, public health, and fundamental research
Additional Experience: Sally joined Lewis-Burke after receiving her Master’s Degree in Biohazardous Threat Agents & Emerging Infectious Diseases from Georgetown University. Her prior experience includes a defense and foreign policy internship at a Washington, DC think tank and an internship at a Japanese medical device company, where she served as a liaison between the company and hospital partners. Sally has proactively worked to promote a One Health campaign on Capitol Hill, highlighting the undeniable correlations and dynamic link among human, animal, and plant health.
Vital Statistics: Sally was born and raised in New York City, where she received her B.S. in Biomedical Science, with a minor in Japanese, from Rochester Institute of Technology. In her free time, she enjoys reading, learning new languages, and going on spontaneous strolls (while also participating in retail therapy).