ISES SEA 2023 – Panelist
SIOBHAN DAS Chief Executive Officer American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce Siobhan Das joined the American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Malaysia) as its Executive Director in 2016 and was promoted in 2020 to become the organization’s first Chief Executive Officer in its 43 year history. Siobhan has created an action-oriented policy platform at the Chamber that is designed to address both the strategic concerns of American multinational companies and the tactical day-to-day challenges faced by operations on the ground. By working closely with business leaders and various stakeholders in the Malaysian and U.S. governments, Siobhan has been able to represent the membership and ensure that AmCham Malaysia fulfills its role as the Voice of U.S. Businesses in Malaysia. Siobhan spent 11 years in Shanghai, five of which as a director at AmCham Shanghai. Siobhan is a Sloan Fellow from London Business School with a Masters in Leadership and Strategy; she also holds two undergraduate degrees from Boston University in Broadcasting and Film, and English. She enjoys golf and is still reveling in her first hole-in-one (2023)!
Panel Discussion: Opportunities & Challenges Arising From the Changing Semiconductor Geopolitical Climate
American-Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM)
The American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) was founded in 1978 as an international, non-profit, private-sector business association. It comprises more than 1200 members representing about 290 American, Malaysian, and other international companies. The Chamber is a member of the AmChams of Asia Pacific (AAP) a non-governing association of 27 AmChams in the region that come together to support engagement in the Asia Pacific.