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Nasser M. Beydoun co-founded the American Middle East Economic Affairs Committee, parent of U.S.-Arab Economic Forum in 2002. In May of 2004, Beydoun joined Project Control Systems, Inc. as President and CEO. In September 2003, he was a key leader in developing, planning and executing the first U.S.-Arab Economic Forum. Under the theme “One World. Two Cultures. Endless Possibilities.”, the forum brought together over 1,400 leaders from the Arab world and the United States to explore and rebuild the relationship between the two regions. He currently serves as President and CEO of Project Control Systems, a Michigan based construction and project management company. Prior to PCSI, he served as the executive director of the American Arab Chamber of Commerce and currently serves as Chairman of the Board. He joined the not-for-profit trade association in February 1999 and helped lead the Arab American business community prominence on a regional, national and international arena.

In March 2006, Beydoun made Crain’s Detroit Business’ Dream Board of Most Connected People, a combination of power players and creative minds. In December 2005 he was appointed by the U.S. Department of State as a “Citizen Diplomat.” In December 2001, he was appointed by Secretary General Amre Moussa, first ever, Arab American Liaison to the League of Arab States and continues to serve as an advisor to the Secretary General Moussa on American affairs. In September 2003, he was awarded the Vision in America Award and named Henry Ford Community College Outstanding Alumni. In September 2002, he was named one of Crain's Detroit Business' 40 under 40 and one of 2003 Crain’s Newsmakers of the Year. He was also chosen the 2003 Community Liaison Award by Michigan Minority Women’s Network and 2001 Recipient of DTE Energy’s bridges award, celebrating Black History Month.

He is the vice chairman of the New Detroit Coalition and the co-chairman of the Small Business Stabilization Planning Group working to develop entrepreneurship in the African American Community. He serves on the executive board of both the City of Detroit’s Economic Growth Corporation and Brownfield Redevelopment Authority. He is a member of the board of the Detroit Zoological Society, Task Force on Lebanon, Harper/Hutzel Hospital, Boy Scouts of America, National Arab American Museum and a trustee of the Henry Ford Community College Foundation. He serves is a member of the University of Michigan – Dearborn Dean’s Advisory Board for the School of Management and Comerica Bank’s Small Business Customer Advisory Council.

He holds an MBA and a BBA in marketing and finance, both from the University of San Diego, and Associate Degrees in Business and Science from Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn.



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