An experienced executive, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, Harvey Goldstein has been living and conducting business in Asia for more than 40 years. As Chairman of Harvest International, Inc., an organization dedicated to assisting Fortune 100 Corporations, Harvey Goldstein focuses on identifying and bringing viable business opportunities into Southeast Asia.
Prior to his current position, Harvey Goldstein served for nearly two decades as Director and Executive Vice President of Resources Management International, Inc., (RMI), a company that provided construction and technology management for both exploration and production oil and gas fields. Mr. Goldstein was also one of the founding members of Manchester Group, Ltd., a consortium of four member organizations that helps companies develop their international businesses as well as resolve problems with their business operations.
Recognized for his leadership and business acumen, Harvey Goldstein has held prominent posts in a number of professional business organizations. Mr. Goldstein served four consecutive terms as President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia; he functioned as Chairman of the Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce from 1986 to 1988; and he acted as Vice Chairman of the ASEAN US PBEC (Pacific Basin Economic Council).
Harvey Goldstein graduated from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (NYU-Poly), where he earned his Bachelor of Engineering in electrical engineering. He then obtained his Master’s in Electrical Engineering from Syracuse University, and pursued a PhD in Operations Research at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Mr. Goldstein actively supports the Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth.