|Institute for Corean-American Studies|
She works closely with Chamber members, business coalitions, AmChams, government leaders, and business executives to achieve their objectives in the most economically dynamic part of the world. Tami and her team oversee the U.S. Coalition for TPP, an effective alliance led by the U.S. Chamber, the Business Roundtable, the National Association of Manufacturers, the Farm Bureau, and the Emergency Committee for American Trade.
In addition, she is responsible for a diverse Asia program. This includes the Chamber’s China Center, which covers mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Mongolia. Tami also manages the U.S.-Korea Business Council as president and oversees the successful operations of the U.S.-Japan Business Council, the U.S.-Pakistan Business Council, and the Hong Kong-U.S. Business Council.
She drives the Southeast Asia program, which contains the Indonesia Investment Initiative, the Australia Working Group, the Myanmar Working Group, and ongoing activities in Vietnam, the Philippines, and Thailand. Tami also directs the South Asia program, including the Bangladesh Working Group and activities in Sri Lanka.
She led the U.S.-Korea Business Coalition that resulted in the successful congressional ratification of the KORUS Free Trade Agreement.
She enjoys golfing and traveling.
|Links for Tami Overby|
|Bulletin of July 20, 2017|
|Remarks in Honor of Dr. Chong Moon Lee|
|2010 ICAS Annual Liberty Award Dinner|
This page last updated July 26, 2017 jdb