George Chunkau Mui
Managing Partner, Global Consultant United
George Mui is a global strategist. He develops strategies for corporations, small businesses, government agencies and non-government organizations with a keen focus on domestic and international partnerships and collaboration. His area of focus is the Asia market. Leveraging his extensive global experience,
George also serves on the Advisory boards for companies and organizations with International trade focus. Global Consultants United is an International Business Consulting Group that provides world-class solutions with a team of collaborating partners.
George has recently retired from the U.S. Department of Commerce – Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) after ten plus years of public services. George served as the Senior Advisor for The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI) from 2014 – 2016 where he served as the business liaison for AAPI businesses for both WHIAAPI and MBDA. Prior to joining MBDA, George Mui served as SBA’s Small Business Development Center Director at the Asian American Alliance where he provided consulting services to small businesses in Chicago, IL. He was also the president of New World Connections, Inc., an independent consulting company specializing in international business development and professional training. He completed a successful career at Lucent Technology that spanned 19 years as a software engineer, network architect, project manager, and finally as the Product Management and Marketing Director in the Data Communication Unit. George is currently serving on the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) Alumni Board and Chairing the International Committee. He also serves on the Illinois Facilities Fund Board and the Advisory Board for the Symposium on ASIA- USA Partnership Opportunities (SAUPO) at Kennesaw State University. George is a community advocate with special focus on Asian American advocacy. George founded the Asian American Executive Network (AAEN) and currently serves as the Moderator – a national wide advocacy group Asian American professionals and entrepreneurs.
George has a Master’s (1980) and a Bachelor’s (1976) degree in Computer Sciences from IIT in Chicago, IL. He also completed two Executive Education programs at Stanford University in Marketing and Business Management. George is married with two children.