September 23, 2021 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Global Trade Amidst Tension and Transition: Supply Chain Shifts in Asia
Adam R. Sitkoff, Executive Director, American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham), Hanoi, Vietnam
Thursday, September 23, 2021, 5:30 pm 4151 Grainger Hall (Directors’ Room)
There is no cost for the event but pre-registration is required. Please email Elizabeth Mander firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Please specify your affiliation with any of the following, if applicable: UW-Madison Center for Southeast Asian Studies, UW-Madison Institute for Regional and International Studies, Madison International Trade Association, Madison Committee on Foreign Relations.
Adam R. Sitkoff serves as executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Hanoi, Vietnam. In this role, he promotes and executes programs that increase bilateral trade between the United States and Vietnam. Sitkoff is a regular speaker at forums and universities and is frequently quoted in the media on a broad range of issues relating to international business and trade policy. He also published a number of online publications and regularly meets with international executives to identify and discuss business issues and strategy. Prior to his role with AmCham in Hanoi, Sitkoff held several roles in the Clinton administration. He holds a BA in international relations from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, completed a certificate in economics and politics of European integration from the University of Amsterdam, and an MBA from the University of Hawaii.
Sponsor: Department of International Business, Wisconsin School of Business, UW-Madison
Co-Sponsors: UW-Madison Center for Southeast Asian Studies, UW-Madison Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS), Madison International Trade Association (MITA)