Prescott Sheldon Bush, Jr.

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Prescott Sheldon Bush, Jr., is brother to former U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush.

From in Hong Kong

Profile of Mr. Prescott S. Bush, Jr.

"Prescott S. Bush, Jr. was educated at Phillips Academy, Andover and Yale University. He holds an honorary doctorate in law from Piedmont College. Prior to founding Prescott Bush Resources, Ltd. in 1985 as a business development consulting firm in Greenwich, CT, Mr. Bush had spent 9 years with Pan American World Airways and then 33 years with Johnson & Higgins, international insurance brokers, from which he retired as a Senior Vice President and Director in 1984.

"Mr. Bush has been engaged in business projects with China since 1983 and has advised such companies as Anheuser-Busch and ADM concerning their business development in China. He worked closely with Chinese conglomerates such as Cereal Oil Food Import/Export Corporation and Norinco. He is also a consultant for Wanxiang America. He has many friends in China. With Chinese and Japanese joint venturers, he developed the Shanghai International Golf and Country Club in Shanghai, China of which he is Vice Chairman. He is Chairman of the Advisory Board of Global Access, Incorporated, member of the International Advisory Board of the Culture and Civilization of China, member of the Advisory Committee of AmeriCares (international relief organization), director of Citizens Democracy Corps and of United Equity Holdings.

"Mr. Bush is a founding member of the U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of its Board of Directors. From 1989 through 1992, Mr. Bush was a member of the U.S. delegation on the U.S.-Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Committee. In addition to his work in China, Mr. Bush has done consulting work for Johnson & Higgins and for several Brazilian companies. He visits China 2-4 times a year."

See for organizational structure of AmeriCares.

- Prescott is a Trustee for his brother's (George Herbert Walker Bush) Presidential Library.