Glen Fukushima was re-elected as president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, it was announced Tuesday.
The California native is president and representative director of the U.S. management consulting firm Arthur D. Little (Japan), vice chairman of the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission and member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Established in 1948, the ACCJ represents almost 3,000 individual members and more than 1,000 companies in Japan. “I will do my best to represent the interest of American companies in Japan during my tenure,” Fukushima said.
Elected as ACCJ vice presidents were Robert Grondine, White & Case executive partner; Donald Kanak, American International Group president; Shojiro Makino, vice president of Polyfibron Technologies; Merle Aiko Okawara, president of J.C. Foods; and Robert Orr, Jr., vice president of Motorola Japan.
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