About Me

Ken Reiman is a  United States diplomat  experienced in guiding  Fortune 100 companies to expand and enter new markets across Asia, Africa, South America and the Caribbean.  He is a global foreign affairs leader with a proven track record in foreign policy formulation, implementation, lobbying, and strategic external engagement.  When significant contracts, collateral and resources are at stake, Ken has the international business acumen to achieve success in high-paced and high-stress operating environments. 

Ken combines his passion for foreign policy and international business to resolve complex political, economic, and operational challenges.  He has worked in Tokyo, Japan as a Business Development Manager to address Japan’s energy security needs.  He brought technological innovation hubs to Africa, among his numerous other noteworthy accomplishments.  Ken’s love of innovation and diversity stems from his Japanese American roots and multicultural background.

When Ken is not guiding organizations and individuals to succeed in foreign operating environments, he is an author who enjoys chronicling/composing, as well as raising two energetic boys. 

Brotherly Love Sweetened with Ice cream and Mochi

Brothers sharing Korean shaved ice cream with red beans and mochi at Soricha Tea and Theater. Does life get better than this? Yum. All smiles on a Friday. You can’t go wrong with kids, mochi and ice cream.


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What do kids of Diplomats do When stuck?

Someone asked me this question recently: what do kids of diplomats do when stuck? Answer: same thing as what their parents frequently do: they ask for help!


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Who is the Truly Rich Man?

I may not be famous, I may not be wealthy, and I may not be powerful. But family comes first and in their eyes I’m number 1. That’s all that matters.  Happy Monday from our family to yours! Keep accumulating real wealth – the relationships that matter to you most. You can never..

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Your Dreams Matter

Don’t spend your life chasing someone else’s dreams. Go after yours!


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Ease vs. Hardship? Which Leads to Greater Happiness?

It is natural for people to want to lead a life of comfort and ease. Most people do not seek out hardship for hardship’s sake. Hardship is difficult and often painful. However, it leads to growth. No hardship, no growth. No growth, no fruit. A successful life, therefore, is not a life without..

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Laziness and Life

Throw away laziness like seeds from a summer watermelon, you don’t need it!




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Quote of the Day

Today’s loss leads to tomorrow’s gain!


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Money vs. Virtue

Rather than pursuing your own pocket books, pursue virtue.



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