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Steven Jay Green "is currently Chairman and CEO of Greenstreet Partners, a private merchant bank, served as the 12th United States Ambassador to the Republic of Singapore from 1997 to 2001. Ambassador Green previously served as Chairman and CEO of Samsonite Corporation, which was the major operating subsidiary of Astrum International Corporation. As Chairman of Astrum, Ambassador Green spearheaded the company's expansion into emerging markets in Eastern Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States (former Soviet bloc countries), Asia and the Middle East.
"In 1992, Green opened the first American retailing centre on Red Square in Moscow. In 1995, President Clinton appointed him to the President's Export Council, where he served on the Executive Committee and chaired the Strategic Communications Committee. Ambassador Green is also Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of K1 Ventures Limited, a publicly traded investment company in Singapore, in addition to a board member of Greenstreet Realty, a company that manages a large portfolio of education-related real estate.
"In addition to his corporate responsibilities, Green has been active in United States civic affairs, serving as Honorary Consul General of Singapore in Miami, Florida as well as a contributing trustee and director for a number of community and national organisations, including the University of Miami and the United States Chamber of Commerce. The Green Family Foundation endows special projects in community and national service." 
He is also a director of GIC Real Estate Private Limited, Vistage International, Inc., Knowledge Universe Learning Group, Greenstreet Capital Management, Inc. and Long Haul Holding Corp. and is a Trustee of the University of Miami.