Profiled in Fortune Magazine, August 1991, as one of "25 Americans Who Help the U. S. Win.

Selected into Leadership New Jersey, Class of 1991, as one of two-dozen leaders making a difference in the state of New Jersey.

Distinguished Alumnus Award, Austin College, Sherman, Texas, 1990.

Visiting Fellow, Institute for Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore, 1989.

Youngest Foreign Branch Manager, J. P. Morgan, 1977.

Youngest Foreign Representative Office Manager, J. P. Morgan, 1971.

Outstanding Air Force ROTC Cadet, Case Institute of Technology, 1960.


Board Member, Advisory Council, Department of East Asian Studies,
Princeton University, 2002 - Present

Member, University Club of New York, 2001 - Present

Member, Foreign Policy Research Institute of Philadelphia, 2000 - Present

Benefactor, Manhattan Institute, New York City, 1999 - Present

Leadership Council, Princeton Medical Center Foundation, 1998 - Present

Board Member, Mercer Street Friends Center, 1993 - 95

Founder, Center for the New East, Princeton, 1992

Independent Candidate, New Jersey State Legislature, 1991

Charter Member, Princeton Public Library Expansion Project, 1989 - Present

Board Member, Princeton Public Library Foundation, Inception - Present

Board Member, Princeton Public School Board, 1987 - 89

Corporate Member, The Asia Society, Ltd., New York, 1985 - 1995

Benefactor, Spence-Chapin Services to Children, New York 1983 - Present

Corporate Member, The Japan Society of New York, 1980 - 1990

Citizens' Committee for Children, New York City, 1969 - 71