Dr. Hsieh is a special consultant to UxC, LLC, and is the developer of UxC’s U-PRICE and SWU-PRICE econometric simulation models. She has over 35 years of experience in the utility and energy industry, including managerial and technical positions at DTE Energy, Michigan Consolidated Gas Company, and New York Power Authority. Her expertise includes performing extensive analysis of statistical data, developing econometric models and forecasts, and conducting in-depth customer satisfaction research for performance measurement and improvement. At New York Power Authority, Dr. Hsieh performed detailed economic analysis of the front-end of the nuclear fuel cycle, including developing short-term and long-term uranium price projection models, analyzing uranium inventory optimization strategy, and instituting a fuel cost minimization strategy based on economic analysis of uranium and SWU substitutability. She also developed an econometric model for the New York Power Pool to forecast crude and residual oil prices. Dr. Hsieh has published and presented technical papers at American Nuclear Society (ANS) Annual Meetings. She has taught Statistics, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, and Intermediate Microeconomics at several universities. Dr. Hsieh received her Ph.D. and M.A. degree in Economics from University of Illinois at Chicago.