Canada-Asia 2013 Speakers

Narongchai AKRASANEE, Chair, Seranee Holdings and Chair, Thailand National Committee for PECC

A former Thai Minister of Commerce and Senator, Dr. Akrasanee is a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Thailand, Chairman of the Thailand National Committee for PECC and a Director of the National Economic and Social Development Board. With degrees from The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Western Australia, he holds several private sector, university and think tank board appointments and has been an advisor to successive Thai prime ministers.

Vice Admiral Bertrand AUBRIOT, Deputy Director, Strategy and Development, DCNS Group
Vice Admiral Bertrand Aubriot joined DCNS Group in April 2013, after 38 years in the French Navy. He was the Navy advisor to the Minister of Defence for two years and was in charge of the preparation for meetings concerning defence matters at the President of the Republic level for four years. He is commandeur de la Légion d'Honneur.
Ian BUCHANAN, Senior Executive Advisor Booz & Co., and Chair, Australian Pacific Economic Cooperation Committee for PECC
A graduate of Oxford and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Buchanan was Lead Partner and was later elected Asia Pacific Chairman with the strategy consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton (now Booz & Co.). He is Chairman, a Director or Advisory Board Member with several private sector companies, university centres and institutes and think tanks.

A Senior Strategy Advisor at Davis LLP in Vancouver, Mr. Campbell is also a Distinguished Fellow of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and Co-Chair of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC). Formerly Deputy Minister in Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and Executive Vice-President of CAE Inc., Mr. Campbell has served as the Prime Minister’s Personal Representative at G-8 Summits and as Canada’s Ambassador to Japan and South Korea.

Joseph CARON, Distinguished Fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Joseph Caron joined the Trade Commissioner Service in 1972 and has served as Canada's Ambassador to China, Japan and High Commissioner to the Republic of India. Mr. Caron is currently a Distinguished Fellow with the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and also Honorary Professor at the Institute of Asian Research with the University of British Columbia.
Stephen Yan-Leung CHEUNG, Dean and Professor (Chair) of Finance, School of Business, Hong Kong Baptist University, and Chair, Hong Kong Committee for PECC

Dr. Cheung holds Advisory and Adjunct Professorships at Fudan University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, respectively. He is Chairman of Hong Kong's Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund Task Force, a Supervisory Committee of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, and serves as a Member of Hong Kong's Commission on Poverty.

Rae Kwon CHUNG, Director, Environment and Development Division, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific

Rae Kwon Chung Served as a career diplomat for the Republic of Korea specializing in global environmental negotiations. In his current position, Mr. Chung initiated the concept of Green Growth, and, in 2005, played an instrumental role in the adoption of the Ministerial Declaration on Green Growth at the 5th Ministerial Conference of Environment and Development of Asia and the Pacific.

Dean A. CONNOR, President and CEO, Sun Life Financial

Dean Connor is President and CEO, Sun Life Financial. He joined Sun Life in 2006 and in 2008 was appointed President, Sun Life Financial Canada. In 2010, he became COO, responsible for Canadian and U.K. operations, MFS, Marketing, HR, IT and other business services. Prior to Sun Life, Mr. Connor spent 28 years at Mercer Human Resource Consulting. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and Society of Actuaries and holds an Honours Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business.

John W. H. DENTON, Partner and CEO, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, and Member, Advisory Council on Australia in the Asian Century

John Denton holds numerous advisory and board positions, including Prime Ministerial representative on the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) and Co-Chair of ABAC's Finance and Economics Working Group (FEWG). Mr. Denton acted as an external advisor on the Federal Government advisory panel for the 'Australia in the Asian Century' White Paper released in October 2012.

The Honourable David L. EMERSON, Senior Advisor, CAI, formerly Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of International Trade

The Honourable David L. Emerson, P.C., O.B.C., is a corporate director, public policy advisor and serves as a senior advisor to CAI, a private equity fund. Dr. Emerson has held many notable positions with the Government of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, including Minister of Foreign Affairs, as well as positions in the private sector. 

Antoni ESTEVADEORDAL, Manager, Integration and Trade Sector, Inter-American Development Bank
Antoni Estevadeordal, a Spanish citizen, joined the Inter-American Development Bank in 1993 and he is currently the Manager of Integration and Trade. He has expertise in trade policy, economic integration and regional cooperation policies in Latin America and the Carribbean, Asia, and Europe. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Barcelona.
Paul EVANS, Professor, University of British Columbia and the Institute of Asian Research
Formerly Director of UBC's Institute of Asian Research and co-CEO of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, Dr. Evans has had teaching or administrative appointments at York University, the University of Toronto - York University Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies, Harvard University's Asia Center, and UBC's Liu Institute for Global Issues. He is a graduate of Dalhousie University and has held visiting appointments across the Asia Pacific region.
Chris FINDLAY, Executive Dean, Faculty of the Professions, University of Adelaide and Vice-Chair, Australian Pacific Economic Cooperation Committee for PECC
Dr. Findlay was previously Head of the School of Economics at the University of Adelaide and was Professor in the Asia Pacific School (now Crawford School) of Public Policy at Australian National University (ANU). A graduate of the University of Adelaide and ANU, he is a Member of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and a Member of the General Division of the Order of Australia.
Carol W. GEREMIA, President, MFS Institutional Advisors (MFSI) and Co-Head of Global Distribution, MFS
At MFS, a Boston-based subsidiary of Sun Life Financial, Ms. Geremia oversees asset management for the firm’s global institutional clients and discretionary managers, including corporate and public pension, defined contribution and multiemployer plans, and investment authorities, endowments and foundations. She was named president of MFSI in 2004 and Co-Head of Global Distribution in 2011.
Fen HAMPSON, Distinguished Fellow and Director of Global Security, CIGI, and concurrently Chancellor's Professor, Carleton University

A Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Dr. Hampson serves on the International Advisory Board Committee of the Korea National Diplomatic Academy, is a senior adviser to the United States Institute of Peace and has been a consultant to international organizations and Canadian government agencies and departments. He is a graduate of Harvard University and the London School of Economics. 

David HONG, President, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research and Chair, Chinese Taipei Committee for PECC
Dr. David Hong has worked extensively in both the public and private sectors in the US and in Taiwan. Dr. Hong has authored/co-authored over one hundred academic publications on industrial development, macroeconomic forecasting, and energy and environmental economic analysis. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota.
Rex HUGHES, Visiting Professor, Canada Centre for Global Security Studies, University of Toronto
Dr. Hughes is Co-Director of the Cyber Defence Project at the Cambridge University Computer Laboratory and founded and directed the University of Washington's Center for Internet Studies, the world's first Internet Studies program. He led the development of iEnvoy, the first secure Internet communications system for diplomats, and is a graduate of Cambridge University.
Tom JENKINS, Executive Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer, OpenText
An Officer of the Order of Canada, P. Thomas Jenkins has served on several government panels including Chair of the Government of Canada's Research and Development Policy Review panel, which published "Innovation Canada" in 2011. He has degrees from the Schulich School of Business at York University, University of Toronto, and McMaster University.
Brian JOB, Professor of Political Science, and Associate Director, Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia
Dr. Job is a Senior Fellow with the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, where he edits its Canada Asia Agenda. He has co-Chaired the Council of Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, served as Editor of its annual Regional Security Outlook, is co-editor of Global Governance, and sits on the Editorial Advisory Board of International Journal. One of Canada's Experts and Eminent Persons for the ASEAN Regional Forum, Dr. Job has been the Canadian co-organizer of the Canada-Japan Peace and Security Symposium since its inauguration in 1997.
Masahiro KAWAI, Dean and CEO, Asian Development Bank Institute
Previously special advisor to the Asian Development Bank President, Dr. Kawai was also a professor at The Johns Hopkins University, the University of Tokyo and was Chief Economist for the World Bank's East Asia and Pacific region. A former Deputy Vice Minister for International Affairs with Japan's Ministry of Finance, he has degrees from the University of Tokyo and Stanford University.
Sangkyom KIM, Vice-President, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy and Vice-Chair, Korea National Committee for PECC
Previously a Director at the Korea National Center for APEC Studies, Dr. Kim has published extensively on Asia Pacific regional economic integration. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of East Asian Economic Integration.
German KING, Consultant for the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, and Advisor to the Industrial Engineering Department at Universidad de Chile

A graduate of Universidad de Chile and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Mr. King served in Chile’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs where he was in charge of the APEC Department, coordinating the participation of Chile in APEC summits and bilateral relations with Asian economies. Prior to his roles in government Mr. King worked in the private sector at a power utility and at a manufacturing firm.

Kamal KISHORE, Program Advisor, UNDP Disaster Reduction and Recovery Team
Mr. Kamal Kishore has supported more than 15 UNDP Country Offices and has guided the formulation of post-disaster recovery frameworks following eight major international disasters. Mr. Kishore spent six years with the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC) in Thailand where he managed a regional programme on Extreme Climate Events covering Indonesia, Philippines, and Vietnam.
The Honourable Kevin LYNCH, Vice-Chair, BMO Financial
The Honourable Kevin Lynch is a distinguished former public servant with the Government of Canada, having served as Clerk of the Privy Council, Secretary to the Cabinet and Head of the Public Service of Canada. Dr. Lynch also served as Deputy Minister of Finance, Deputy Minister of Industry and Canada's Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund. He holds a Doctorate in Economics from McMaster University.
Randolph MANK, Senior Advisor and Vice President Asia, Blackberry
Having previously served as High Commissioner of Canada to both Malaysia and Pakistan and as Director-General of Asia at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Mr. Mank assumed his current position earlier this year. He holds degrees from the London School of Economics and Wilfrid Laurier University.
The Honourable John MANLEY, President and CEO, Canadian Council of Chief Executives
The Honourable John Manley is a former Deputy Prime Minister of Canada. From 1993 to 2003, Mr. Manley was a Minister in the governments of Jean Chrétien, having served in the portfolios of Industry, Foreign Affairs, and Finance. He also served as Chair of a Cabinet Committee on Public Security and Anti-terrorism. Mr. Manley serves on the boards of several publicly traded companies and is active in the not-for-profit sector.
Denis MCNAMARA, Chair, New Zealand National Committee for PECC
A practising lawyer in Auckland, New Zealand, Mr. McNamara joined Lowndes Associates in 2011 after 40 years with one of New Zealand's largest law firms. His practice has been largely involved with foreign investment in New Zealand. In addition to a substantial client base from Asia, his recent work has included projects throughout the Pacific Islands. McNamara has been the Honorary Consul for Mexico in Auckland since 2011.
Tom MILROY, Chief Executive Officer, BMO Capital Markets

Mr. Milroy has held various positions with BMO Capital Markets since joining in 1993. Previously, he worked in the M&A group of a United States investment banking firm in New York and Toronto and was a partner in a Toronto-based law firm. He has degrees from Cambridge, Dalhousie, and McGill Universities and has completed the Advanced Management Program from Harvard Business School.

David MITCHELL, President and CEO, Public Policy Forum
Before assuming his current position in 2009, Mr. Mitchell served as Vice-President of Queen's University, the University of Ottawa, and Simon Fraser University. Mitchell has held executive positions in various western Canadian resource industries, was a Member of the British Columbia Legislature, and a Deputy Clerk of the Saskatchewan Legislature. He is a graduate of Simon Fraser University.
Charles MORRISON, President, East-West Center and Executive Director, United States National Committee for PECC

Dr. Charles Morrison has had extensive involvement in policy-oriented educational research and dialogue projects in both Japan and the United States, and in promoting the concept of the Asia Pacific community. In 2005, Dr. Morrison was elected International Chair of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC).  He holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

David MULRONEY, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Munk School for International Affairs, and Co-Chair, National Conversation on Asia Taskforce on Asia Competence
A career Foreign Service officer, Mr. Mulroney previously served as Ambassador of Canada to the People's Republic of China, Deputy Minister responsible for the Afghanistan Task Force at the Privy Council Office, Secretary to the Independent Panel on Canada's Future Role in Afghanistan and as Associate Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and, concurrently, as the Prime Minister's Personal Representative to the G8 Summit.
Jayson MYERS, President and CEO, Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters
Mr. Myers sits on several advisory councils, including to the Minister of International Trade, Minister of Industry, and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. He also sits on the advisory panel of the Government of Canada's Global Commerce Strategy. He is Chair of the Canadian Manufacturing Coalition and studied at Queen's University, the University of British Columbia, the London School of Economics, and Oxford University.
Hideto NAKAHARA, Member of the Board and Senior Executive Vice-President, Mitsubishi Corporation
Hideto Nakahara joined Mitsubishi Corporation (Nuclear Fuel Department) in 1973. Mr. Nakahara has completed assignments in Brazil, New York, Canada, London and Beijing, and most recently served as Mitsubishi Senior Vice-President, Regional CEO for Europe and Senior Vice-President, Chief Representative for China. He graduated from the Faculty of Law at Tohoku University, Japan in 1973.
Maureen NEGLIA, Vice-President, Global Talent and Recruitment, Manulife Financial
Maureen Neglia joined Manulife in 2011 and is responsible for leading global strategies and operations for talent acquisition, mobility and succession. Previously, she held senior positions at Towers Watson and RIM/Blackberry, amongst other institutions. She is a member of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada's Asia Competence Task Force.
Ambassador Yoshiji NOGAMI, President, Japan Institute of International Affairs, and Chair, Japan National Committee for PECC
Ambassador Nogami has been President of the Japan Institute of International Affairs since 2009. He previously served as Japan's Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs, and Ambassador to Britain. He has also served as Executive Advisor, Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd., and as an Adviser to Cabinet.
Roseann O'REILLY RUNTE, President, Carleton University
Dr. Roseann O'Reilly Runte has previously served as President of l'Université Sainte-Anne, Principal of Glendon College, and President of Victoria University and Old Dominion University. Dr. Runte currently serves on the Board of the National Bank of Canada and the Executives of both the Royal Society and Fulbright Canada-U.S.
Jiahua PAN, Director, Institute for Urban & Environmental Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Dr. Pan’s areas of research interest include economics of sustainable development and energy and climate policy. Dr. Pan has held a number of notable positions, including Advisor on Environment and Development for the United Nations Development Programme's Beijing Office, lead author of the IPCC Working Group III 3rd, 4th and 5th Assessment Report on Mitigation, and Member of the China National Expert Panel on Climate Change.

Nicholas PARKER, Co-Founder and Chairman, The Cleantech Group LLC
Mr. Parker is Chair of Corporate Knights, a media company focused on clean capitalism, and Co-Founder of Global Acceleration Partners, an international financial services company oriented to cross-border technology cooperation with Asian emerging markets. A graduate of Carleton University and the City University, London, he serves on several private equity and non-profit advisory boards including the Clinton Global Initiative and Singapore Energy International Panel.
Julius Caesar PARRENAS, Advisor on International Affairs, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
Also a Senior Advisory Fellow of the Institute for International Monetary Affairs in Tokyo, Dr. Parrenas has been Coordinator of the Advisory Group on APEC Financial System Capacity Building since 2007 and is Coordinator of the Asia Pacific Infrastructure Partnership, established under the APEC Finance Ministers' Process in 2010. He graduated from the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich.
Peter PETRI, Carl Shapiro Professor of International Finance, Brandeis University, Senior Fellow, East-West Center
Dr. Petri is a Senior Fellow of the East-West Center in Hawaii and a Visiting Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, D.C. He is a member of the US Asia Pacific Council and the PAFTAD International Steering Committee, and has held visiting appointments at the Asian Development Bank Institute, the Brookings Institution, Fudan University, Keio University, Peking University, the OECD, and the World Bank. Dr. Petri graduated from Harvard University.
Sam PITRODA, Advisor to the Prime Minister of India on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations
Credited with laying the foundation for and ushering in India's technology and telecommunications revolution in the 1980s, Sam Pitroda has been a leading campaigner to help bridge the global digital divide. Mr. Pitroda acted as Advisor to Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in the 1980s and was recently the Chairman of India's National Knowledge Commission (2005-2009), among other notable posts.
The Honourable Jim PRENTICE, Senior Executive Vice-President and Vice Chairman, CIBC and former Minister of Energy, Canada
Previously Member of Parliament for Calgary North Centre from 2004, The Honourable Jim Prentice was a senior Minister in the Canadian government from 2006 to 2010. He chaired the Operations Committee of Cabinet and served variously as the Minister of Industry, Minister of the Environment, and Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. A graduate of the University of Alberta and Dalhousie University, Mr. Prentice is the Canadian Chairman of the Trilateral Commission and a director of two major Canadian companies.
Colin ROBERTSON, Senior Strategic Advisor, McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP, and Vice-President and Senior Research Fellow, Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute
Colin Robertson is a former Canadian diplomat. In addition to his role at McKenna, Long and Aldridge LLP, Mr. Robertson currently works with the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and is Vice President and Senior Research Fellow at the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute. He is an Honorary Captain with the Royal Canadian Navy, assigned to the Strategic Communications Directorate.
Ash SAHI, President and CEO, Canadian Standards Association
Mr. Sahi has over 30 years of global business experience and has managed a number of global businesses for DuPont before being appointed to his current position in 2009. He has held senior positions for the federal government, including Special Advisor to the Privy Council. He degrees from McGill University, University of Toronto, and McMaster University.
Rajesh SAWHNEY, Founder, Global Superangels Forum of India
Also the Founder of GSF Accelerator and Co-Host and Curator of Founders Forum India, Mr. Sawhney is an active angel investor. He has been a pioneer in Indian private radio and internet culture and oversaw the corporatization of Bollywood as President of Reliance Entertainment. He graduated from Harvard Business School and has a fellowship from the London School of Economics.
Vicky SHARPE, President, Sustainable Development Technology Canada

Dr. Vicky Sharpe served as President of GRI Canada and Astral Group, and as Vice-President of Ontario Hydro International Inc. Dr. Sharpe represented the Canadian energy sector at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Business Forum and holds numerous board and advisory positions.  She was recognised as one of Canada’s 2012 Clean 50 (

Djisman SIMANDJUNTAK, Senior Economist, Centre of Strategic and International Studies (Jakarta), and Chair, Indonesian National Committee for PECC
Dr. Simandjuntak is active in Jakarta as Professor at Prasetiya Mulya Business School, Chairman of the Executive Board of Prasetiya Mulya Foundation, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Centre of Strategic and International Studies Foundation. A graduate of the University of Cologne, Germany, he is a member of the National Economic Council of Indonesia.
André SORENSEN, Associate Professor of Urban Geography, University of Toronto
Dr. André Sorensen has published widely on Japanese urbanization, urban planning, and planning history. His book The Making of Urban Japan: Cities and Planning from Edo to the 21st Century (Routledge 2002) won the book prize of the International Planning History Association in 2004. In 2007, Dr. Sorensen was elected a Fellow of the University of Tokyo, School of Engineering.
Hugh STEPHENS, Principal, TransPacific Connections, and Vice-Chair, Canadian National Committee for PECC
Mr. Stephens was most recently Senior Vice President, Public Policy (Asia Pacific) with Time Warner and has served on the Executive Committee of the Boards of the US National Center for APEC and the US-Korea Business Council. Prior to joining Time Warner, he was Assistant Deputy Minister for Policy and Communications at Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
Atsushi SUNAMI, Advisor, Industrial Competitiveness Council of Japan, and Deputy Director of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Program, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Currently Liaison for the Industrial Competitiveness Council chaired by Prime Minister Abe, Dr. Sunami served as Special Advisor to the Cabinet Office responsible for National Strategy, Science and Technology and Space Policy from 2011-2012. A graduate of Georgetown and Columbia Universities, he is a Senior Fellow at the Japan Science and Technology Agency and is affiliated with the UN University-Japan.
Khee Giap TAN, Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and Chair, Singapore National Committee for PECC
Dr. Tan has taught at the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University and published in many internationally refereed journals. As a consultant he has provided services to various Singapore government ministries, statutory boards and government linked companies as well as international agencies and companies, primarily in Asia. He received his Ph.D. from the University of East Anglia, UK.
Ambassador Guoqiang TANG, Chair, China National Committee for PECC
Ambassasdor Guoqiang Tang has held many notable positions in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China, including Ambassador to the Kingdom of Norway, Ambassador to the United Nations, and Ambassador to the Czech Republic.
Apiradi TANTRAPORN, Executive Chair, International Institute for Asia Pacific Studies (INSAPS), Bangkok University
Prior to her current position, Mrs. Tantraporn served as Honorary Advisor to Bryan Cave (Thailand), was the former Deputy Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Commerce, and former Director General of the Department of Trade Negotiation for Thailand. She also served as Director General of Department of Foreign Trade and Ambassador Permanent Representative to The World Trade Organization.
Michael TOMAN, Lead Economist on Climate Change in the Development Research Group, and Manager of the Energy and Environment Team, World Bank

Manager of the World Bank Development Department's Energy and Environment Team, Mr. Torman was previously Director of the RAND Corporation's Environment and Energy Program. He has also held positions with the Inter-American Development Bank and Resources for the Future. Mr. Toman has been an adjunct faculty member at The Johns Hopkins University and the University of California Santa Barbara. 

Stephen TOOPE, President and Vice-Chancellor, University of British Columbia
Dr. Stephen Toope's academic interests include public international law, legal theory, human rights, international dispute resolution, and family law. Dr. Toope holds a Ph.D. from Trinity College, Cambridge (1987), an undergraduate degree in Common Law (LLB) and Civil Law (BCL) from McGill University (1983), and a BA in History and Literature from Harvard University (1979).
Khine TUN, Project Consultant, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN & East Asia
A graduate of Kyung Hee University in South Korea, Mr. Tun served as Deputy Head in the Economic Research Division of Myanmar's Ministry of Defense, where he contributed to the National Sustainable Development Strategy for Myanmar. He has consulted for the United Nations Environment Program, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and the United Nations Development Programme.
Huibert VIGEVENO, Executive Chairman, Shell Companies in China
Huibert Vigeveno's many posts with Shell include LPG General Manager for Mexico & the Caribbean, President of Shell Gas (LPG) in Brazil, Shell Lubricants General Manager for Latin America, and General Manager of Strategy & Portfolio for Global Lubricants. Prior to taking up his current role, Mr. Vigeveno was Vice-President for Supply and Distribution in Europe and Africa.
Jusuf WANANDI, Co-Chair, PECC, Senior Fellow and co-Founder of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees CSIS Foundation, Jakarta
Jusuf Wanandi is Co-Chair of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC), Vice-Chair of the Indonesian National Committee for the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (INCPEC), and Co-Chair of the Council of Security Cooperation in Asia Pacific (CSCAP), Indonesia. Mr. Wanandi currently serves as President Director of The Jakarta Post Daily's publishing company, among other positions.
Sean Shaohwa WANG, President, ITRI International Inc.
Dr. Wang joined ITRI in 2004 and has been President of its international presence in North America since 2005. He was previously with SRI International/SRI Consulting (Menlo Park, California), M.W. Kellogg (now KBR), and Morgantown Energy Technology Center (now a part of the National Energy Technology Laboratory) of the United States Department of Energy.
Manfred WILHELMY, Executive Director, Fundación Chilena del Pacifico, and Chair, Chilean National Committee for PECC
Manfred Wilhelmy is a faculty member of the Institute of International Studies, University of Chile, and has also taught at Princeton University and SAIS at The Johns Hopkins University. Since 2007, he has been Director of the Journal Estudios Internacionales. He holds a Ph.D. in Politics from Princeton University.
Yuen Pau WOO, President and CEO, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Yuen Pau Woo has served on the Standing Committee of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, and as an advisor and consultant to the World Bank, APEC, the OECD, Asian Development Bank, and the Shanghai WTO Affairs Consultation Centre, amongst other organizations. Mr. Woo is also a member of the Greater Vancouver Advisory Board for the Salvation Army.
Songzuo XIANG, Chief Economist, Agricultural Bank of China
Dr. Xiang is also Executive Deputy Director at the International Monetary Institute at Renmin University of China, Deputy Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum, Editor-in-Chief of Global Finance & Economy, and professor at Huazhong University of Science & Technology. He has degrees from Columbia University, Renmin University of China, and Huazhong University of Science & Technology.
Yunling ZHANG, Director, International Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
In additional to his current post, Dr. Zhang is President of the China Association of Asia-Pacific Studies, a member of the National Committee of Chinese Political Consultant Conference (CPPCC), and Vice-Chairman of the China Committee of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council. He is the author of numerous publications in English and Chinese, including "China's Rise and World Order" (English, 2011).

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