CalChamber Group Looks at Australia-U.S./Trans-Pacific Trade Relations

Australian Consul General Chris Oldfield gives an overview of trans-Pacific trade issues and the longstanding close ties between the United States and Australia at a December 9 CalChamber international breakfast meeting sponsored by CalChamber Board member Diane Miller. Breakfast attendees also heard from Brian Peck (right), deputy director of international affairs and business development at the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz).
Australian Consul General Chris Oldfield gives an overview of trans-Pacific trade issues and the longstanding close ties between the United States and Australia at a December 9 CalChamber international breakfast meeting sponsored by CalChamber Board member Diane Miller. Breakfast attendees also heard from Brian Peck (right), deputy director of international affairs and business development at the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz).
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Susanne T. Stirling
Susanne T. Stirling, vice president, international affairs, has headed the CalChamber international activities for nearly four decades. She is a gubernatorial appointee to the California Trade and Investment Advisory Council. She also serves on the District Export Council (appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce), the National Export Council Steering Committee, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce International Committee, and the Chile-California Council. Originally from Denmark, she studied at the University of Copenhagen and holds a B.A. in international relations from the University of the Pacific, where she now serves as a regent. She earned an M.A. from the School of International Relations at the University of Southern California.