Learning from Ken Reiman

LEARNING FROM LEADERS - EPISODE TWENTY-ONE

Learning from Ken Reiman

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LEARNING FROM LEADERS - EPISODE TWENTY-ONE

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Ken Reiman is a Japanese-American United States diplomat with over 20 years of international experience. His most recent book – Love Both Keep Both: Passport to Peace, Prosperity and Strengthened Diplomacy examines the importance of diversity and inclusion in foreign affairs. He has guided Fortune 100 companies to expand and enter new markets across Asia, Africa, South America and the Caribbean and credits his multicultural background as key to his success. In Washington DC, he has served as a Senior Advisor to the Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific in the U.S. Congress, an instructor at the U.S. Foreign Service Institute where he prepared U.S. diplomats for assignments globally, an Assessor in the Board of Examiners where he selected the future of the Foreign Service, and held various other leadership positions.  Mr. Reiman has also worked in Tokyo, Japan as a Business Development Manager. A proud father of two energetic boys, his love of innovation and diversity stems from his Japanese American roots and multicultural background. In his spare time, he loves to write and his books and blog can be found on his website: www.kenreiman.com.

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