US-ASEAN Business Council Announces Newly Elected Class of Board Directors

The US-ASEAN Business Council welcomes 15 directors elected to the Board's Second Class, whose two-year terms began on January 1, 2020. The new class of Directors was elected at the Council's Board of Directors Meeting on December 12, 2019 in Hanoi, Vietnam.

In addition to the 15 elected candidates in the Second Class, the nominating committee filled a vacancy created by the resignation of Alexis Serlin from Novartis. Simon Dale, Managing Director of Southeast Asia for Adobe, was elected to fill the vacancy in the current Initial Class through December 31, 2020. In total, the US-ASEAN Business Council's Board is composed of 31 Directors representing a cross-section of industries, with seven women seated on the Board.

Additionally, Alexander C. Feldman, President and CEO of the US-ASEAN Business Council, was unanimously elected Chairman of the Board. He replaces outgoing Chairman Keith Williams, President and CEO of UL, who was designated as a Chairman Emeritus.

The full list of Board Directors elected at the December meeting includes:

Simon Dale, Managing Director of Southeast Asia, Adobe

Shannon Herzfeld, Vice President, Archer Daniels Midland

Amol Gupte, Head of ASEAN & Singapore Country Officer, Citi

Michael P. Zamora, Senior Vice President, ExxonMobil Chemicals Company

Benjamin Joe, Vice President for Southeast Asia and Emerging Markets, Facebook

Yukontorn Wisadkosin, President of ASEAN, Ford

Ari Sarker, Co-President Asia Pacific, Mastercard

John Galligan, Senior Director of Global Government Affairs, Microsoft Corporation

Dorthe Mikkelsen, President Asia Pacific and Senior Vice President, MSD

Philip Myers, Senior Vice President of Global Government Affairs and Public Policy, PepsiCo

J.B. Simko, Vice President of External Affairs, Philip Morris

Laura Lane, President of Global Public Affairs, UPS

Alexander Feldman, Chairman, President and CEO, US-ASEAN Business Council

Michael Kennedy, Vice President of Global Government Relations and Public Policy, VMware

Source: US-ASEAN Business Council