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Dr. Gordon H. Chang, Stanford University East Asia Center Director, Becomes a Committee of 100 Member

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The Committee of 100 is excited to ​induct Dr. Gordon H. Chang, ​​Director of the Center for East Asian Studies at Stanford University and Professor of American History, ​in​to our membership. C-100 became acquainted with Dr. Chang’s work upon learning

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Sue Van, President of Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, Becomes A Committee of 100 Member

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The Committee of 100 is proud to welcome Sue Van to our membership. Sue is the President and CEO of the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, where she is responsible for the vision, strategic plan, and operations of the Foundation. A major

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Morgan Chu, Award Winning I.P. Attorney and Partner at Irell & Manella, Becomes Committee of 100 Member

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The Committee of 100 is honored to announce that Morgan Chu,Partner at Irell & Manella LLP, will be joining our membership. Mr. Chu has been lead trial counsel in some of the world’s largest—and in some cases precedent-setting—verdicts, judgments and settlements, resulting

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Bright Sheng, MacArthur Fellow and Composer, Becomes Committee of 100 Member

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The Committee of 100 is honored to announce its newest member, Mr. Bright Sheng. Bright Sheng is respected as one of the foremost composers of our time, whose stage, orchestral, chamber and vocal works are performed regularly throughout North America,

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Ginger E. Lew, Former Senior Counsel to White House on Economic Policy, Becomes Committee of 100 Member

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The Committee of 100 is pleased to officially welcome Ms. Ginger Lew to our membership. Ms. Lew is based in Washington D.C., currently serving as CEO of Three Oaks Investments LLC, a consulting firm that provides value added counsel to start up companies.

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Buck Gee, Board President of Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, Becomes Committee of 100 Member

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This spring, the Committee of 100 was pleased to officially welcome Mr. Buck Gee as a new member based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mr. Gee served as Vice President and General Manager of the Cisco Systems Datacenter Business Unit until his retirement in 2008. Currently,

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Dr. Lanhee Chen, Stanford Domestic Policy Director, Becomes Committee of 100 Member

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This January, the Committee of 100 was pleased to officially welcome Dr. Lanhee Chen as its newest member. Lanhee J. Chen, PhD, is the David and Diane Steffy Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution; director of Domestic Policy Studies and lecturer

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