James M. Freedman specializes in developing leaders in multicultural organizations. With leadership development experience in Korea, China, and the Philippines, Jim has a unique perspective on helping leaders become more effective communicators. He is currently combining his consulting work with teaching professional communication in the Manning School of Management at University of Massachusetts–Lowell. He has also been a guest lecturer on the topic of leading multicultural organizations at Zhejiang University, Nanjing University, and Nanjing Normal University in Nanjing, China. He was the Vice President of Global Leadership Development for Fresenius Medical Care and most recently was responsible for developing leaders in the Asia-Pacific region. With an MBA from Bentley University, an undergraduate degree from Holy Cross, and his service as a US Peace Corps Volunteer in the Republic of Korea for which he is a recipient of the Van Fleet Award, Jim brings an unusually broad set of experiences to his work developing leaders.