Pacific Forum Competitors, Revenue and Alternatives
- Pacific Forum has 120 Employees.
- Pacific Forum grew their employee count by 26% last year.
- Pacific Forum currently has 1 job openings.
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What Is Pacific Forum?
Based in Honolulu, the Pacific Forum (www.pacforum.org) is a nonprofit, private, foreign policy research institute focused on the Asia-Pacific. Founded in 1975, the Pacific Forum collaborates with a broad network of research institutes from around the Pacific Rim, drawing on Asian perspectives and disseminating project findings and recommendations to global leaders, governments, and members of the public throughout the region. The Forum's programs encompass current and emerging political, security, economic, business, and oceans policy issues and works to help stimulate cooperative policies in the Asia Pacific region through analysis and dialogue undertaken with the region's leaders in the academic, government, and corporate areas. We regularly cosponsor conferences with institutes throughout Asia to facilitate nongovernmental institution building as well as to foster cross-fertilization of ideas.keywords:N/A
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|Ariel Stenek||Director, Young Leaders Program|
|Ralph Cossa||President||Email Available|
|Nicholas Ciuffetelli||Program Officer & Creative Director|
|Brooke Mizuno||Director of Development||Email Available|
Pacific Forum News
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