Fred Teng is President of the America China Public Affairs Institute (ACPAI).
Before ACPAI, Mr. Teng was the CEO of China Newsweek Corporation, the publisher of NewsChina magazine. He also served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Development for Multicultural Radio Broadcasting, Inc. and General Manager of Sino Television, Inc. Prior Mr. Teng was President of DVS New York, LLC. From 1999 to 2003, Mr. Teng was Founder and President of Noble Communications Group, Inc., From 1993 to 1999, Mr. Teng was Director of Marketing Communications in charge of the U.S. Asian Markets at AT&T. Mr. Teng spent over a decade in the financial industry, first with Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith, and then with Oppenheimer & Co., where he spearheaded the expanding of Oppenheimer’s financial services into Asia.
He is currently the Chairman of the Hong Kong Association of New York, Vice President of the National U.S. Hong Kong Business Associations, the Special U.S. Representative of the China-United States Exchange Foundation, a member of EastWest Institute’s President’s Advisory Group, a member of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, and the Chairman of DIAGEO’s Multicultural Marketing Advisory Group.
Mr. Teng has always been active in the community. He has served as the Chairman of New York Community Advisory Board of WNET/thirteen, the President of the Asian Financial Society, the President of the Chinese American Planning Council, the President of the Organization of Chinese Americans, and the Co-Chairman of the President’s Council of The China Institute in America.
Mr. Teng also served as the Vice Chairman of the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging, and the Capital Campaign Chairman for the Chinatown YMCA, and a board member of the China Aids Fund.