Jon Huenemann

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Jon Huenemann became Vice President, US & International Corporate Affairs Philip Morris International (PMI) in 2010.[1]

Affiliations

Huenemann has represented PMI on several trade and lobby organisations, in particular in the Asia-Pacific region.

US-ASEAN Business Council

Huenemann has been a Board member of the US-ASEAN Business Council since 2015.[2] The Business Council is an American trade organisation that promotes American private sector business interests in Southeast Asia. Huenemann is the Council’s Secretary.[2]

Center for Strategic & International Studies

Huenemann also sits on the Southeast Asia Program Advisory Board of the Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS), an American think tank.[3] According to the CSIS’ website, members of the Board “convene in engagements with U.S. and Asian heads of state, ministers, and on important programs at CSIS”.[3]

National Center for APEC

From 2012, Huenemann has represented PMI at the National Center for APEC (NCAPEC), another group that aims to advance US business interests in the Asia-Pacific region.[4][5]

Revolving Door

Huenemann has experience working for the American government. In the mid-1980s, he briefly worked for the United States Department of Treasury as International Economist and Presidential Management Fellow, followed by a 15 year-long career as Assistant US Trade Representative with the Executive Office of the President.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 J. Huenemann, Linkedin Profile, undated, accessed June 2017
  2. 2.0 2.1 US-ASEAN Business Council, Board of Directors 2015, US-ASEAN Business Council website, 19 September 2015, accessed June 2017
  3. 3.0 3.1 CSIS, Southeast Asia Program Advisory Board, 2017, accessed June 2017
  4. National Center for APEC, About: Board, 2017, accessed June 2017
  5. National Center for APEC, The National Center for APEC Applauds the Inclusion of Canada in Trans-Pacific Partnership Negotiations, 20 June 2012, accessed June 2017