Rupert Hammond-Chambers is BGA’s managing director for Taiwan. He is an expert on Taiwanese political and economic issues. He is also developing a special focus on defense and security within BGA.
Since 1994, Hammond-Chambers worked as vice-president at the U.S.-Taiwan Business Council and in 2000, was elected president. Prior to 1994, he served as an associate for development at the Center for Security Policy, a defense and foreign policy think tank in Washington, D.C.
Hammond-Chambers sits on the Advisory Boards of Redwood Partners International, the Sabatier Group and the Pacific Star Fund. He is a member of the board of The Project 2049 Institute. He is also a trustee of Fettes College and is a member of the National Committee on United States-China Relations.
Hammond-Chambers was born and raised in Scotland. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Denison University.