Michael Green is General Manager – India for Sannam S4. Before leading the India business, Michael supported the development and execution of the company’s U.S. market strategy, including the opening of the Washington D.C. office and establishing key partnerships in the public and private sectors.
In his current role, Michael manages Sannam S4’s India business, which has four locations across India and over 120 dedicated market-entry professionals advising 250 plus organizations on their India agenda and operations. Michael is responsible for local operations, the formulation of long-range plans, goals and objectives as well as the related good governance and compliance of the business.
Building upon his role with the company in Washington D.C., Michael will continue to develop strategic partnerships across the public and private sectors in order to create value and opportunity in cross-border trade and investment with India.
Prior to joining Sannam S4, Michael was Senior Manager in the Washington .D.C office of the U.S.-India Business Council (USIBC), the premier bilateral trade association promoting increased trade and investment between the United States and India.
In this role, Michael managed a portfolio of U.S. and Indian businesses across a range of sectors. He designed and led senior executive delegations to India, including New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, facilitating bilateral trade and investment opportunities between companies from both countries.
Michael was key member of the USIBC’s delegation during President Obama’s and Secretary Kerry’s historic visit to India in January 2015 and was instrumental in developing the Council’s relationship with the U.S. Business Centers initiative in India.
Prior to USIBC, Michael worked on Capitol Hill and a D.C.-based federal lobbying, government relations, and business consulting firm. Michael is a non-practicing lawyer, licensed in the State of California. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of San Diego School of Law and B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh.