Founder, Chairman and CEO of the GloCal Network Corporation in the U.S., founder of Academy for GloCal Processes (AGLOCALP), a non-profit Association in Tokyo, Japan, James is a former professor who taught engineering at the University of Washington for nearly three decades. Now a venture capitalist, he founded B.E.D.R. (Business Education Design and Research), a Global Group Network with over 500 people in over 100 organizations, F.R.E.E.D.O.M (Foundation for Research Experiential Educational Developmental Operational Management), a Seattle, Washington, non- profit organization providing an intellectual interface for the public and private sectors in the U.S. and Process Administration Institute in Paris.
In his current position, James directs the work of 15 professionals through six for-profit and four nonprofit organizations in six countries, dividing his time between Asia, Europe, and America.
James is a truly global figure and is advising Fair Observer on its growth strategy and its planned Science & Technology section.
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