Jamie C. Hsu, Ph.D
Adjunct Professor of Management
Lawrence Technological University
Hsu is adjunct professor of management and executive-in-residence at Lawrence Technological University, as well as a consultant on strategic management and leadership development. He is the chair of the Michigan Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs.
He previously served as executive director, Global Technology Management at General Motors. He was responsible for establishing GM's global technology strategy; managing the portfolio of advanced programs; directing the development and implementation of advanced technology; and developing the technology collaboration with suppliers, government and academia. He also directed global technology collaboration between GM North America, GM China, GM Daewoo, Suzuki, Subaru, Isuzu and FIAT. His prior leadership roles at GM include executive director of R&D Center, executive director of Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center and manager of various advanced manufacturing departments.
He is an author and speaker on numerous topics related to strategic planning, advanced manufacturing technology, technology planning and implementation. He serves as senior advisor on industry policy, national research and development agenda and strategic programs for the Taiwan Ministry of Economic Affairs. Jamie is also a founder and advisor to National Association of Asian American Professionals in Detroit. And he serves as a board member for the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce and the Council of Asian Pacific Americans. He received a LTU Best Teacher award from Lawrence Tech and a Diversity Leaders Award from Corp! Magazine.
Hsu earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from National Taiwan University and a master’s degree and doctorate in solid mechanics from Brown University.
He was appointed to the HAP board in 2011.