Chairman, RCI; Chairman, MUS Roosevelt China Pacific Fund, LP
Tweed Roosevelt, Chairman of Roosevelt China Investments Corp., is a member of one of the oldest and most-respected families in the United States , one that has had a tradition of producing leading public figures, including two American presidents.
During the Clinton Administration, Mr. Roosevelt, representing the Roosevelt family, received the Medal of Honor, the United States government's highest military honor, on behalf of his great-grandfather President Theodore Roosevelt. (Mr. Roosevelt is also a nephew of President Franklin Roosevelt.) President Bill Clinton presented the medal during a ceremony in the Roosevelt Room, which is next to the Oval Office in the White House.
Mr. Roosevelt is the principal trustee of The Roosevelt Trust and has extensive experience in directing the management of public and private portfolios.
Six years ago, he
began direct investment ventures in China.
continues to be committed to promoting business growth in greater China.
has had extensive experience helping businesses build their operations.
For nine years, he was a business consultant with Management Analysis Center and with Gray-Judson & Howard; both are significant US consulting firms.
During this period, he
helped many major firms (ex. Kodak, Mutual Life of Canada, and Computervision) design and implement their strategic and financial plans.
He was also the Executive Director of the Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance at Columbia University 's Graduate School of Business and has overseen Harvard Medical School 's Center for Blood Research, an immunological research organization funded by United States government grants.
Mr. Roosevelt is currently an officer of Harvard University . He holds a B.A. from Harvard College and an M.B.A. from Columbia University where he also has taught in both graduate and executive programs.