Kenneth A. Cutshaw

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Kenneth A. Cutshaw "is the Director of the Georgia State University Center for Global Business Leadership. He is an Adjunct Professor at GSU teaching an MBA course on international business laws. He is a Partner with Holland & Knight, LLP, one of the largest and most respected law firms in the world with over 1300 lawyers practicing from 35 offices around the world. Mr. Cutshaw's practice is concentrated on commercial and international business, public law, and specialties in technology, regulatory, trade law, entertainment and general business. He serves as the Honorary Consul for the country of India in the United States. Mr. Cutshaw served the Administrations of President Ronald Reagan and President George H. W. Bush at the U.S. Commerce Department in various positions involving export/import regulatory programs including serving as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Export Enforcement. Other career positions were Senior Counsel for The 1982 World's Fair, Senior Attorney for the Tennessee Legislature, Manager of a U.S. Senate Campaign, assistant in a Tennessee District Attorney General office and owner of several family businesses and investments. He has been involved with several successful restaurant operations. He serves with many nonprofit Boards of Directors and civic enterprises including Council on Foreign Relations; World Trade Center Atlanta; Atlanta International Museum; U.S. North African Business Council; Brazil Chamber of Commerce; China Research Center; American Council of Young Political Leaders; Hudson Institute; Atlanta Boy Scouts; Atlanta Roundtable; Awakening, Inc.; Bretton Woods Committee; Atlanta Chambers; Sigma Chi; Atlanta Woodruff Arts Council; University of Tennessee and American University and other organizations. He is a member of the International Bar, American Bar, Federal Bar, District of Columbia Bar, Georgia Bar, Tennessee Bar, Customs Bar, Atlanta Bar and the Inter-Pacific Bar. He has been politically active in several Republican organizations. He serves on the Board of Advisors for several legal publications and has published three books: Doing Business in China (1995), and Doing Business in Russia (2000), Doing Business in India (2001). He received a Master of Laws from American University in 1987, a J.D. in 1978 and a B.A. in 1975 from The University of Tennessee. Mr. Cutshaw is married to Diane Dracos Cutshaw, Vice-President of Credit Suisse First Boston. He has three children, resides in Atlanta, Georgia and a native of Tennessee. Mr. Cutshaw is an avid outdoorsman participating in high-adventure sports, including mountaineering excursions on six continents, flying, skiing and golf. He is active in Scouting with his son. He is a world traveler and enjoys cultural events." [1]