GEN A Masterclass | Wendy Cutler

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Meet Asia Society Policy Institute Vice President at the first 2018 GEN A Masterclass

Acting Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Wendy Cutler briefs the international media at Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (State Department)

Meet Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) Vice President Wendy Cutler at the first 2018 GEN A Masterclass.

Before joining Asia Society, Wendy had an illustrious career of nearly three decades as a diplomat and negotiator in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. She served as Acting Deputy U.S Trade Representative, and was responsible for the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, and a wide range of bilateral agreements with Japan.

Her visit follows the recent release of the ASPI report “Shifting Trade Winds: U.S. Bilateralism and Asia-Pacific Economic Integration” –  Which is a product of collaboration by Australian (Peter Grey,  Asia Society Advisory Councillor), Japanese, Chinese, Philippines, Indonesian and Korean trade experts and former officials.

This event is open to GEN A participants and members of Professionals in Trade (PIT) only. Registration is essential, space is limited. For more information please contact programaustralia@asiasociety.org.


ABOUT GEN A

The GEN A network brings together young professionals (under 35) from across the Asia Society Australia membership. It aims to give our young leaders access to leading business, policy, trade, diversity and cultural thinkers on Asia, through a series of masterclasses that draw on their industry and personal experience working with and in Asia. GEN A participants have the opportunity to attend regular Asia Society events over the course of one year. More >>


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Event Details

Thu 22 Feb 2018
8:15 - 9:30 a.m.

Macquarie University CBD Campus, 123 Pitt Street, Sydney

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