APAICS | Floyd Mori
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1 Mori, S. Floyd

S. Floyd Mori

President & CEO

CONTACT

| fmori@apaics.org

| (202) 296-9200

 | (202) 296-9236

S.Floyd Mori is the President and CEO of the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS). Previously, Mori served as the National Executive Director/CEO of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL).  He was chair of the National Coalition of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA) and has been on the Executive Council of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (LCCR).  He served four years as National President and four years as a National Vice President of the JACL.

 

Mori was elected in 1972 to the city council for Pleasanton, California, where he served as Mayor ProTem and later as Mayor.  He was also elected to the California State Assembly and served for six years as an Assemblyman.  He was the Director of the Office of International Trade in California and worked extensively with Asian American groups and organizations. He has been an International business consultant and president of Mori-Silva International for many years. Mori has been a consultant in government relations and served as the Utah Trade Representative to Japan. He has been part owner of a golf business and is an avid golfer, having served as president of the board of Alpine Country Club in Utah. He served on the Utah Governor’s Asian Advisory Board and Small Business Administration Advisory Committee.  He is currently a member of the Diversity Council for Comcast NBCU and is on the board of the Independent Voters Project.

 

He has received a number of awards including an Outstanding Citizen Achievement Award from OCA, the Community Leadership Award from APAICS, and the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette Award from the Government of Japan.  He has volunteered with political groups, youth sports, inner city projects, and church work.

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