Carter Booth is no longer a member of the NCAFP's Board of Trustees. The bio below was current as of 2013.
Carter Booth is a member of the Board of Directors of The Korea Society in New York. He has been an international banker with JPMorgan Chase & Co. and its predecessor institution, The Chase Manhattan Bank, with a financial career spanning three decades in the Asia Pacific region and the United States. He has lived in Hong Kong, Indonesia and Taiwan. After leaving the firm as a Managing Director, Mr. Booth worked as an independent consultant advising a number of international clients and also served as Senior Advisor to The Korea Society. Mr. Booth’s focus has been on business and economics, corporate governance, education and political issues, which has been reflected in his interest in public policy throughout his extensive international career. He is deeply committed to public service and maintains a network of contact policy makers throughout Asia. Mr. Booth is a graduate of Brown University, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Asia Society, the Japan Society and the Columbia University Seminar on Southeast Asia. Among other affiliations Mr. Booth is President of The Glebe House Museum in Connecticut and was a Senior Fellow at the Salzburg Seminar on Asia Economics: Regional and Global Relationships. He served on active duty in the Asia Pacific theater as a shipboard officer in the U.S. Navy and Naval Reserve.