Resetting U.S. Policy in Asia: Implications for Japan

The Japan America Society of St. Louis invites you to JAS Corporate Program with Glen Fukushima

“Resetting U.S. Policy in Asia: Implications for Japan”

Thursday January 31st, 2013
5:00-5:45 PM—Reception
5:50-7:20 PM—Program and Q&A
MSC Century Room A
University of Missouri-St. Louis

Mr. Glen Fukushima, a 3rd generation American of Japanese ancestry, received his degrees from Stanford and Harvard. He is Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, a prominent public policy think tank in Washington, D.C.  Among his distinguished careers, he was Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Japan and China during the Reagan and Bush administrations.  From 1990 to 2012, Mr. Fukushima was based in Tokyo as a senior executive with one European and four American multinational corporations:  Vice President, AT&T Japan Ltd.; President, Arthur D. Little Japan; President & CEO, Cadence Design Systems Japan; President & CEO, NCR Japan; and President & CEO, Airbus Japan. Until June 2001, he served for eight years in the White House-appointed positions of Vice Chairman of the Japan-United States Friendship Commission and Vice Chairman of the U.S. panel of CULCON (Joint Committee on United States-Japan Cultural and Educational Interchange).

The event is funded by the Center for Global Partnership (The Japan Foundation) and is sponsored by the Japan America Society of St. Louis with the following co-sponsors:

International Studies and Programs, UMSL
NOVUS International
Regional Commerce and Growth Association of St. Louis (RCGA)
International Business Institute, College of Business, UMSL
World Affairs Council of St. Louis
World Trade Center St. Louis
Japan America Society Women’s Association