Global Conference 2007
Former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Singapore; Managing Director, Greenstreet Partners
Steven Green is a former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Singapore (1997-2001). He is currently Managing Director of Greenstreet Partners, a private merchant bank. Prior to his appointment, Green was chairman and CEO of Greenstreet Partners; Auburndale Properties, a large real estate acquisition and management company; and the CEENIS Property Fund, a new business infrastructure-development company operating in the former Soviet Union. He also served as chairman and CEO of Samsonite Corp., formerly the major operating subsidiary of Astrum International Corp. As chairman of Astrum, Green spearheaded the operating company's expansion into emerging markets in Eastern Europe, the CIS, Asia and the Middle East. In 1992 he opened the first American retailing center on Moscow's Red Square. In 1995, President Clinton appointed Green to the President's Export Council, where he served on the executive committee and chaired the strategic communications committee. In addition to his corporate responsibilities, Green has been active in national civic affairs, serving as a contributing trustee and director for a number of community and national organizations. The Green Family Foundation endows special projects in community and national service.