The Center for Strategic and International Studies is leading a delegation to study the recovery efforts in Japan from the March 11 disasters and to explore the possible areas for U.S.-Japan cooperation, according to a CSIS release.
The delegation is a part of “Partnership for Recovery and a Stronger Future: Task Force on U.S.-Japan Cooperation after 3/11,” chaired by James McNerney, chairman, president and chief executive of Boeing.
The task force delegation, visiting Japan June 20-22, is comprised of leaders from business, think tanks, nonprofits and other organizations.
Kiyoaki Aburaki, visiting fellow, CSIS; U.S. representative, Keidanren
Tim Adams, managing director, the Lindsey Group
Richard Armitage, president, Armitage International
Joseph Booth, executive director, Stephenson Disaster Management Institute, Louisiana State University
Michael Green, senior adviser and Japan chair, CSIS; associate professor, Georgetown University
John Hopkins, group executive, Fluor Corp.
Richard Kirkland, president, Lockheed Martin Global Inc.
Charles Lake, chairman, AFLAC Japan
Randy Martin, director of global emergency operations, Mercy Corps
Stephen Morrison, senior vice president and director, Global Health Policy Center, CSIS
Thierry Portè, chairman, Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission
David Pumphrey, senior fellow and deputy director, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS
Stanley Roth, vice president, international government relations, Boeing
Robin Sakoda, partner, Armitage International
Sheila Smith, senior fellow for Japan studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Nicholas Szechenyi, senior fellow and deputy director, Japan chair, CSIS