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Steve Stine leads DHR International's Asia-Pacific region, the firm's largest business region outside of the US. Read more >
Steve Stine leads DHR International's Asia-Pacific region, the firm's largest business region outside of the US.
Steve has lived and worked in Asia for nearly 25 years. Prior to joining DHR, Steve was with Heidrick & Struggles where he built the firm's Digital Media & Entertainment and Renewable Energy & Clean Technology service areas in Asia-Pacific. He later become a key member of the firm’s Global Technology & Services (GTS) practice and served as sub‐practice head for the region.
In 2000, Steve established Asia Ventures International, a strategic consulting and services group specializing in new business start‐ups and strategic consulting services.
He began his career in Asia as the Hong Kong correspondent for the Asian Wall Street Journal before becoming a telecommunications and media analyst and consultant with Paul Kagan Associates and PricewaterhouseCoopers, respectively.
Prior to moving to Asia, Steve received his Master’s degree in China Studies and Economics from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. He is a published children’s book author and has recently received a second Master’s degree in Mythological Studies from the Pacifica Graduate Institute in the U.S. < Read less
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