James D. Winslow

James is Senior Director, Government Affairs, of Sumitomo Corporation of Americas (SCOA). In addition to monitoring macroeconomic trends and geopolitical developments, Mr. Winslow is responsible for directing SCOA’s political advocacy efforts at the federal level. In his present role, Mr. Winslow serves as a liaison between Sumitomo Corporation’s global network of offices and the U.S. federal government, international financial institutions, and public policy organizations. Mr. Winslow is a member of the Conference Board’s Government Relations Executive Council; he is an active member of the Global Business Alliance’s Trade, Investment, and Lobbying committees; and he represents SCOA on various National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) task forces. In addition to his work with SCOA, Mr. Winslow is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Rock Creek Foundation for Mental Health, Inc.; the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Chester County Respite Network (CCRN); and in 2007, he Co-founded the Salute Military Golf Association (SMGA), an organization devoted to bringing the rehabilitative benefits of the game of golf to post-9/11 wounded and injured veterans; he currently serves as SMGA’s President. Mr. Winslow received his Bachelor's Degree (1987) from The George Washington University, and his Masters of Business Administration (1991) in the area of Finance and Investments from The George Washington University.

May 21, 2021

Thought of the Week: An old SCOA colleague reached out to me this week to ask why Congressional Republicans would vote to remove Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from her leadership post as the third-ranking Republican in the House of Representatives. It’s an interesting question, particularly when you consider the success Republicans had with female candidates […]

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May 07, 2021

Thought of the Week: -Themes Emerge from the Biden Administration’s First 100 Days: Several post-pandemic themes on spending, taxation, trade, and foreign policy have emerged from the Biden administration’s first 100 days. First, is the death of neoliberalism, which prioritized the role of free markets over government in the economy and dominated policymaking for the

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March 12 2021

Thought of the Week: Economists ratchet up U.S. growth forecast as inflation risks mount: Although growth prospects for the U.S. economy are brightening as Americans get vaccinated and Congress passes another fiscal relief package, excessive economic policy stimulus rarely ends well. The recent increase in the U.S. money supply has been unprecedented; over the past

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