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US-ASEAN Business Council Welcomes New Membership Director

(Washington, D.C.) – The US-ASEAN Business Council (Council) is proud to announce Harry Surjadiredja as its Director of Membership.
He will focus on managing the operational needs of the Council’s existing core of over 150 companies, while utilizing his skills in business development to expand that membership base. Additionally, Harry will be focused on sponsorship activities in support of annual events and high-level meetings involving corporate executives and foreign dignitaries focused on Council initiatives.
“We are extremely pleased to have Harry as a part of the team,” said Council President & CEO Alexander Feldman. “His background and extensive expertise in corporate membership management will further energize our already strong and active organization as we look to the future.”
Harry comes to the Council from the Committee for Economic Development (CED), where, as the Director of External Relations, he led the organization’s membership expansion by 12 percent, during his eight-year tenure. There, he managed relationships with each of CED’s 175 members, aligning their interests with the organization’s value proposition and urging active participation in programmatic subcommittees.
Immediately prior to CED, Harry worked for Fannie Mae managing the expenses of two cost centers with an annual combined budget of more than $100 million.
Born in Indonesia, where he also worked as an Executive Director for a textile chemical manufacturing company, helping to double that company’s revenues, Harry received his bachelor’s degree in Finance and International Business from Northeastern University in Boston, then went on to earn his MBA in Finance and Marketing from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.

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