Curtis S. Chin

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Curtis S. Chin was nominated in September 2006 by George W. Bush to be the United States Director of the Asian Development Bank.

"Mr. Chin currently serves as Managing Director at Burson-Marsteller. Earlier in his career, he served as Special Assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce. He also served on the Department of State's Advisory Committee on Cultural Diplomacy," the White House media release stated. [1]

In November 2004 Colin Powell appointed Chin as a member of the to State Departments's Advisory Committree on Cultural Diplomacy. [2]

In November 2004, B-M stated in a media release that Chin "leads a team focused on corporate social responsibility and stakeholder engagement, among other areas. Mr. Chin also serves as the firm’s first U.S.-based managing director, Asia-Pacific, a role designed to help foster ties and linkages across the Pacific. Previously, he oversaw the firm’s operations in Beijing and Hong Kong, and also provided public affairs counsel to a range of public and private sector organizations while based in Tokyo, New York and Washington, D.C. During the Administration of President George H.W. Bush, he served as Special Assistant to Secretary of Commerce Barbara H. Franklin." [3]

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