James Ian Yellowlees
1996: Ph.D., University of Tokyo, Modern Japanese Politics and Economics
1989: M.A., University of Tokyo, Modern Japanese Politics and Economics
1985: B.A., University of Toronto, East Asian Studies (Politics Minor)
1984: Completed Advanced Japanese Language Program, Sophia University, Tokyo
Currently: President and C.E.O., Global Daigaku.com Inc.
1995 to Present: President, Pacifica Consultants, Tokyo
Board of Directors, Canadian Education Alliance
1992 to 1995: Director, Japan/Korea, The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Corporate and Goverment-related Consulting)
1989 to 1992: Director, Japan Office of the Government of British Columbia, Canada
- Adviser: Economist Japan Business Group
- Member: American Chamber of Commerce in Japan
- Member: Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan
- Member: International House of Japan
- Member: Mirai Media Research Group
- Lecturer: International Center, Keio University
- Cross-Cultural Issues (1992): Published by Gemco in Tokyo.
Co-authored with Kokushikan University professor and noted Japanese writer and international business consultant Kazuhito Masui. Used as a university text in several universities throughout Japan.
- Kokusaika Seiyo (1990):
Co-authored with Kazuhito Masui, noted journalist “Mad” Amano and others.
Senior IT infrastructure, networking and communications engineer for 25 years.
Larry has his Master Trainer certification in all areas of IT infrastructure. He has been involved in several business start-ups including, a leading systems integration company in Tokyo.
Graduate, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Ryerson Polytechinical Institute, Toronto, Canada (1972)
Graduate, Software Engineering, The Institute for Computer Studies, Toronto, Canada (1985)
Systems Engineer, REACH TELEMANAGEMENT, japan (1999-2000) Designed and implemented LAN, WAN and VoIP solutions; Integrated E-mail, Internet, fax/telephony, security, and remote administration for NT networks; Network administration, configuration, and troubleshooting for client & in-house networks; In-house and client site training and course design for users/administrators.