The University of Texas at Dallas has named John Stich, honorary consul of Japan in Dallas, and Glenn Terry, partner at Ernst & Young, to its Executive Board. Both join other community and business leaders on the board in supporting the University’s advancement and vision.
Stich has served as honorary consul of Japan in Dallas since 2004, where he has doubled the membership of the Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth.
Stich began his career with Texas Instruments, where he served for 35 years primarily leading the company’s efforts in Asia. For 24 years, he worked in Tokyo, Taipei and Hong Kong, becoming vice president for semiconductors for Texas Instruments Asia in 1991 and chief marketing officer of Texas Instruments Japan in 1994.
From 2000 to 2006, Stich was president and CEO of The Asian Network, a consulting firm that helped high-technology companies establish and expand their businesses in Asia.
Terry is a partner in Ernst & Young’s assurance practice. He has more than 34 years of experience providing business advisory, accounting and assurance services to high-growth public and private, multi-location and multinational companies, including clients in the Americas, United Kingdom, Western Europe, Middle East, Latin America, Japan and Asia.
In addition to Terry’s client service responsibilities, he has held several roles with Ernst & Young. He previously led the Americas EYU learning and development program and served as both global automotive retail and distribution leader and the Southwest region’s knowledge leader. He currently serves as a team captain for the company’s audit quality review program.
Terry earned a BBA degree in accounting from Millsaps College, studied international economics and business strategies at the University of London and completed multiple executive leadership programs at Harvard University. In addition to being a certified public accountant, he is also a certified information systems auditor.