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Trustees elect Zecha

by Kalamalama staff

   

Trustees recently elected Dr. Allen Louis Zecha to the University’s governing board. Zecha is a retired vice president of Union Carbide Japan and served on several Union Carbide joint-venture boards in Japan and Southeast Asia. At Union Carbide, his experiences included marketing and sales of industrial and consumer products including pharmaceuticals. Also, he has served as president of Medtronic Asia-Pacific. During his career he has worked and lived in India, Indonesia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and the United States.

Dr. Allen Louis Zecha
 

Trustees recently elected Dr. Allen Louis Zecha to the University’s governing board. Zecha is a retired vice president of Union Carbide Japan and served on several Union Carbide joint-venture boards in Japan and Southeast Asia. At Union Carbide, his experiences included marketing and sales of industrial and consumer products including pharmaceuticals. Also, he has served as president of Medtronic Asia-Pacific. During his career he has worked and lived in India, Indonesia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and the United States.

A Dutch citizen, Zecha was born in Java, Indonesia. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Dickinson College, a master’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D. in chemistry from Stanford University. “Dr. Zecha’s vast global business and academic background will be a great asset to Hawai‘i Pacific University’s Board of Trustees,” said HPU Board Chairman William E. Aull.

“Dr. Zecha’s knowledge of Asia and his many contacts there will greatly assist us with our educational and academic endeavors in that region.” Dr. Zecha welcomed “the opportunity to be a productive member of Hawai‘i Pacific University’s governing board. “I look forward to helping HPU continue its dynamic development over the next decade,” he said.

 

 

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