The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea has appointed a new vice chair and seven new board of governors, it said Monday.
Myung Chan Lee, country chief executive of Lockheed Martin Global, Inc. Korea, has been elected as vice chair. AmCham’s new board of governors include Steven Barnett, president and CEO of AIG Korea Inc., Brad Buckwalter, president and general manager of Johnson Controls Korea, and Colm Flanagan, head of the Seoul Foreign School.
(American Chamber of Commerce in Korea)
Jae Jung, president and CEO of Ford Korea, was also re-elected as governor.
According to the AmCham, the newly elected board members will play a significant role in broadening advocacy and partnerships between AmCham member companies and the Korean government.
“We would like to sincerely thank all of the candidates for expressing their interest in getting involved in the AmCham leadership group,” said Henry An, AmCham treasurer and election committee chair, in a statement. “We also appreciate our voting members for taking the time to exercise their right to vote.”
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