Dr. Paul Hsu is chairman of Hsu Enterprise Group, an energy management consulting company with offices in New York, Florida and Shanghai.
As chairman and chief executive, Paul grew MTI into a 450-employee military electronics company with annual revenues of $60 million. In addition to MTI, Paul has founded Total Parts Plus, an Internet-based data content provider, and ActiGraph, a medical device manufacturer.
A dedicated public servant, Paul was appointed associate administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Government Contracting and Business Development under President George W. Bush in 2007. In 2010, Paul was named to the National Advisory Council on Minority Business
Enterprise. He has also been a member of the Civic Leaders Advisory Group to the Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, as well as member of the President’s Export Council.
In 2006, Paul served as National Chairman of the International Leadership Foundation in Washington, D.C., and established the Dr. Paul and Majes-Maggie Hsu Endowed Engineering Scholarship. Currently, he is a Senior Research Fellow on Energy Efficiency with the Harvard University Asia Center.
Paul obtained his Ph.D. in engineering management from LaSalle University and completed a three-year Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School
Paul and his wife live in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. They have three children.