Jeffrey A. Williamson has 20 years global marketing experience in the public and private sectors, having conducted business in more than 50 countries (China, Europe, Southeast Asia and the Middle East) in consumer electronics, consumer package goods, defense and medical products. He currently provides the strategic leadership for the Centers for International Trade Development, and the California State Trade and Export Promotion Program, which led over 300 California businesses in 25 overseas trade missions/exhibitions in the past eighteen months. From 2010 to 2012, he was an executive on loan to the California Governor’s Office of Economic Development (now GoBIZ) appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger, to facilitate multiple Governor-led trade missions to China, Germany, Canada, Korea, Japan and Mexico. Currently an Adjunct Professor of Global Marketing at California State University, Fullerton, Jeff has been a panel expert for the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC; worked with UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business on a study of the impact of Services Exports trade for California (2006); and most recently received the President’s “E-Award” for export service excellence (2013). Jeff received a B.A. Economics from Arizona State University and an MBA from California State University, Fullerton. Jeff Williamson has appeared in several publications both domestically and internationally, including MSNBC, CNN.com, Xinhua News, the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, the South China Morning Post, Food Asia, Capital CEO, the Hong Kong Economic Times, Straits Times, the U.S. National Export Strategy, and others.
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