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Tadashi Yamamoto

international exchange center administrator

Tadashi Yamamoto, Japanese international exchange center administrator. Recipient Japan Foundation award for promoting international exchange, 1974. member executive advisory committee Asian Community Trust, since 1979.

Background

Yamamoto, Tadashi was born on March 11, 1936 in Tokyo, Japan. Son of Haruji and Toyoko (Hasegawa) Yamamoto.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, St. Norbert College (Wisconsin), 1960. Master of Business Administration, Marquette University, Milwaukee, 1962.

Career

Assistant to president Shin-Etsu Chemical, Tokyo, 1962-1969. Executive secretary Japan Council for International Understanding, Tokyo, 1964-1969. President Japan Center for International Exchange, since 1969.

President, chairman board JCIE, Inc./United States of America, New York City, since 1976. Japanese director Trilateral Commission, Tokyo, since 1973. Executive director United States-Japan Advisory Commission, 1983-1984.

Member executive advisory committee Asian Community Trust, since 1979. Consultant Children's television Workshop, since 1973.

Works

  • Translator: Crisis in the Classroom, 1973. School for the 70's and Beyond: A Call to Action, 1976. Co-editor: The Shimoda Report, 1982.

    Korea and Japan, 1978.

Membership

Member executive advisory committee Asian Community Trust, since 1979.

Connections

Married Chiyoko Aikawa, December 17, 1966. Children– Taro, Jiro, Saburo, Shiro.

father:
Haruji Yamamoto

mother:
Toyoko (Hasegawa) Yamamoto

spouse:
Chiyoko Aikawa

children:
Taro Yamamoto

Jiro Yamamoto

Saburo Yamamoto

Shiro Yamamoto